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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

THE Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 







CALL NO. 




1976-1980 



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MOUNT ZION 

Baptist Association 



North Carolina 



1976 




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MOUNT ZION 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 

ONE HUNDRED SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 

HELD WITH 

EASTLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
BURLINGTON, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

AND 

HOLLY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
BURLINGTON, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

AND 

CROSS ROADS BAPTIST CHURCH 
HILLSBOROUGH, ORANGE COUNTY 

OCTOBER 19 and 20, 1976 




The next annual session will be held with the West Hill Baptist Church on Tuesday 
Morning October 18, 1977; and with the City Lake Baptist Church on Tuesday night 
October 18, 1977; and with The First Baptist Church, Elon College on Wednesday 
Morning October 19, 1977. 



ANNUAL SERMON 

Preacher: Rev. Elmer L. Joyner Eastlawn Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. W.T. Cockman First Baptist Church, Elon College 

DOCTRINAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Rev. Earl L. Epperson Edgewood Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. Roger Aycock Fairview Baptist Church 



Table of Contents 



Application for Membership 16 

Book of Reports 

Annual Balance Sheet 40 

Auditor 39 

Brotherhood 30 

Budget for 1976-77 37 

Calendar 21 

Church Training 30 

Constitution Committee 34 

Digest of Letters 36 

Evangelism 35 

Executive Committee 26 

Historian 27 

Missions Committee 27 

Music Committee 26 

Ordinations Committee 31 

Resolutions 34 

Stewardship 35 

Sunday School 29 

Time, Place and Preacher 30 

Treasurer 38 

Woman's Missionary Union . 31 

Church Directories 45 

Constitution 10 

Dedication 3 

Directory of the Association 4 

Distribution of Minutes 41 

Historical Events of Special Interest 44 

Historical Sketches 43 

Historical Tables 48 

Our Dead. 42 

Proceedings of the Association 17 

Registered Messengers and Visitors 9 

Statistical Tables 52 



DEDICATED IN MEMORY 

TO 

LUTHER A. NALL 





Rev. Luther Nail was born in Chatham County but later moved to Burlington N.C. In 
1933, as a young student pastor at Elon, he rode the streets of a neighborhood called 
"Pinetop" in search for a suitable location for a preaching ministry. The Lord led 
Luther Nail to an open field facing the old Alamance Fairgrounds where a grammar 
school had been built. On this lot, some neighborhood boys, the Kinney brothers 
among them, helped him build the first structure that was named Pinetop Baptist 
Church. The church's name was later changed to Calvary Baptist Church. For the next 
forty years. Brother Nail pastored the church seeing the membership grow from 28 to 
650. Rev. Nail had 30 decisions for preaching and mission work during his pastorate 
and three of those making decisions went on to receive their doctorates. For fourteen 
years, he had a regular radio program. 

Brother Nail had extensive educational experience. In 1928, he entered Elon College 
and earned a B.A. degree in religion. He also attended Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, 
N.C, Campbell College, Buies Creek, N.C, and Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary at Louisville, Ky. 

Luther Nail loved the work he did for God and his people. He had the deep 
conviction that "God's man in God's place, in God's time, doing God's will cannot 
fail." Regarding his work at Calvary Church, he said, "I have found the work here at 
Calvary to be easy". 

He served Christ beyond the local Church as a past president of Burlington 
Alamance County Ministerial Association and as a former moderator of Mount Zion 
Baptist Association. His interest and concern for his fellow ministers was always in 
evidence. 

He was the husband of the late Beatrice Oliver Nail and Mrs. Bessie Woody Nail, 
who survives at the home. 

We, the members of the Mt. Zion Association, will miss Brother Nail and would be 
most sorrowful were it not for our knowledge of the bountifulness of heaven and our 
confidence that he is receiving the wonderful rewards God had in store for him. 



-Associational Directory 

1976-77 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Moderator-Thomas E. Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Court, Burlington, N.C. 

Vice-Moderator--C.W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane, N.C. 

Clerk--Freeman O. Cooper, P.O. Box 491, Haw River, N.C. 

Auditor-Paul Hoyle, 709 Westbrook Drive, Burlington, N.C. 

Historian-Rev. J.H. Waugh, 321 West Ruffin Street, Burlington, N.C. 

Treasurer-B. Graham Rogers, P.O. Box 151, Graham, N.C. 

Music Director- 
Trustees-Forrest Hall, 205 N. Main St., Graham, N.C. (Rotates off 1978) 
Paul J. Craig, P.O. Box 1794, Burlington, N.C. (Rotates off 1980) 
C.R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Dr., Burlington N.C. (Rotates off 1982) 

PAID EMPLOYEES OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Director of Missions-Charles L. McMillan, Jr., Box 287, Graham, N.C. 
Secretary-Associate-Mrs. Reu Hudson, Box 287, Graham, N.C. 
Director of Youth & Family Services-- 

ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Executive Board shall be composed of all Associational officers (Moderator, 
Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Associational 
Missionary Union Director, and Associational Brotherhood), The Superintendent of 
Missions (ex-officio), each active pastor, one lay member by each member church from 
its membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and chairman of 
ail standing committees of the Association. 

CHURCH NAME ADDRESS 

Alamance, First--Rev. Terry L. Harper, Box 106, Alamance 
Altamahaw-Rev. Frank Haith, Jr., Box 67, Altamahaw ^ 

Antioch-Rev. Thomas A. Ritter, Rt. i^5, Box 265, Chapel Hill; Mrs. Jessie I. Grubb, 

Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 
Bethel-Rev. Robert C. Brizendine, Rt. H, Box 439, Chapel Hill 
Brookwood--Rev. Perry B. Jones, 1317 Garfield Road, Burlington; Walter Anderson, 

1326 Ridgecrest Avenue, Burlington 
Burlington, First-Dr. Dale 0. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington; Rev. J. H. Waugh, 

321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington; Mr. Paul J. Craig, P.O. Box 1794 Burlington 
Calvary-Rev. Donald Swinney, 202 Eastway Lane, Graham 
Cane Creek-Rev. Michael Goudelock, Rt. #3, Box 114-A, Hillsborough; Merritt Kirk, 

Rt. #3, Box 109, Hillsborough 
City Lake--Rev. Joseph D. Lang, Rt. ^9, Box 442, Burlington; Leroy Odell, Rt. #5, 

Burlington 
Colonial Hills-Rev. J. Monty Fox, Rt. ff4, Box 670, Hillsborough 
Cross Roads-Rev. Charles Rutt, Rt. #2, Box 422, Hillsborough; William 0. Hastings, 

Rt. #3, Box 15-A, Hillsborough 
Eastlawn--Rev. Elmer L. Joyner, 1148 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington; H.C. Thomas, 

1713 Ervin Street, Burlington; James A. Taylor, 2236 Wilkins Street, Burlington; 

Johnny P. Greene, 2903 McKinney Street, Burlington; S.T. Hearne, 2508 McKinney 

Street, Burlington 
Edgewood-Rev. Earl L. Epperson, Rt. #4, Mebane; John H. Wilson, Rt. #5, Box 112, 

Mebane 



Elon College, First--Rev. W.T. Cockman, Box 163, Elon College 

Fairview--Rev. Roger H. Aycock, Box 751, Hillsborough; Robert Wilson, Rt. #2, 

Hillsborough 
Fellowship-Rev. Clyde H. Stanfield, 202 Highland Avenue, Burlington 
Glen Hope--Rev. C.C. Vaughn, 724 Beaumont Avenue, Burlington; Ed Long, 1129 N. 

Graham-Hopedale Road, Burlington; C.R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Drive, Burlington 
Glen Raven--Rev. Bobby Fann, Box 93, Altamahaw 
Glencoe--Rev. Clarence Randolph, Rt. #9, Box 565, Burlington 
Graham, First-Rev. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Box 68, Graham; Rev. Charles L. McMillan, 

Box 287, Graham; Graham Rogers, Box 151, Graham; Forrest Hall, 205 N. Main 

Street, Graham; H.G. Foster, 1115 S. Main Street, Graham 
Grove Park-James Dunn, Box 2378, Burlington; Miss Phyllis Thomas, 114 Fonville 

St., Apt. 4, Burlington; Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Briarcliff Road, Burlington 
Haw River, First-Rev. Larry Thompson, 2736 Westchester Drive, Burlington; Robert 

Murphy, Box 476, Haw River; Freeman Cooper, Box 491, Haw River 
Hillsborough, First-Dr. Thomas M. Denton, Box 734, Hillsborough; Dan Lunsford, 

Rt. #4, Box 194-A, Hillsborough 
Hocutt Memorial-Rev. Robert Medlin, 812 W. Front Street, Burlington; Tom Murr, 

216 Wilson Street, Graham; Miss Lenna Rudd, 407 N. Logan Street, Burlington 
Holly Hill-Tom Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Court, Burlington; Dr. Chris White, 2316 

Blanche Drive, Burlington; Paul Hoyle, 709 Westbrook Drive, Burlington 
Kinnett Memorial-Rev. Larry Knowles, 1108 Avon Avenue, Burlington; Jack Watson, 

809 Allendale Drive, Burlington 
Mars Hill-Rev. Curtis Tyler, Rt. #1, Hillsborough; William A. McKee 
McDuffie Memorial-D. Leonard Duncan, Rt. #4, Box 173, Chapel Hill 
Mebane, First-Rev. Charles R. Lemley, 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane; L.C. Gardner, 

208 N. Sixth Street, Mebane; C.W. Lee, Jr. 29 London Lane, Mebane 
Moore's Chapel-Rev. John B. Ray, Saxapahaw; Alton Snipes, Rt. #2, Graham 
Mount Adar-Rev. Jack Church, Rt. #5, Mebane; Lewis Moore, Rt. #9, Burlington; 

Larry Rogers, Rt. #5, Box 85, Mebane 
Mount Zion-Rev. Joe R. Hicks, Rt. ff3, Box 331, Liberty; W.O. Ingold, 506 

Shadowbrook Court, Burlington; Nancy Graves, 621 W. Front Street, Burlington; 

Peggy Clapp, Rt. #3, Box 340, Liberty 
New Hope-Rev. Frank L. Gribble, Rt. #10, Box 283, Burlington 
North Graham-Rev. Brantley Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham 
Northside-Rev. J. Howard Silver, 513 Alder Street, Burlington; Terrell Duncan, 2534 

Oakcrest Court, Burlington; Mrs. Janice Byerly, 1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington 
Oak Grove-Rev. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw; Harold Sykes, Rt. #1, Efland 
Ossipee-Rev. Albert Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 386, Elon College; Howard Steelman, Rt. #1, 

Elon College; Ed Hill, Rt. //2, Box 125, Gibsonville 
Riverside-Rev. Curtis V. Oakley, Rt. ffl, Box 72, Burlington 
Swepsonville-Rev. C. Elliott Hall, Box 7, Swepsonville; J.C. Everett, 109 E. Parker 

Street, Graham 
West Hill-Rev. Charles Harward, 214 West Hill Avenue, Hillsborough; Hermon 

Craven, 211 Belleview Ext., Hillsborough 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. Charles Lemley, Chmn.-400 E. Jackson St., Mebane (at large) Mebane First 

Dr. Tom Denton-P.O. Box 734, Hillsborough (at large) Hillsborough F. 

Mrs. Frances Martin-408 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington (at large) Graham First 

Mr. Freeman Cooper-P.O. Box 491, Haw River (Clerk) (Music) Haw River F. 

Mr. Tom Hill-502 Shadowbrook Ct., Burlington (Moderator) Holly Hill 

EVANGELISM 

Dr. Dale Steele, Chmn.-P.O. Box 2686, Burlington, Burlington F. 

Rev. Brantley Stevens-905 Essex Dr., Graham, North Graham 

Mr. Eddie Love-P.O. Box 174, Graham, Graham First 



MISSIONS 

Mr. Johnny P. Greene, Chmn.-2903 McKinney St. Burlington (Chmn.), Eastlawn 

Mr. H.G. Foster-1115 S. Main St. Graham (Bro. Rep.) Graham First 

Mrs. R. Dan Smith-1457 Morningside Dr., Burlington (WMU Rep.) (Y & F Rep.) 

Northside 
Mr. Paul Craig-P.O. Box 1794, Burlington (Ch. Emer. Home) Burlington F. 
Rev. Roger Aycock-P.O. Box 751, Hillsborough (Rotates off '77)Fairview 
Rev. Larry Knowles-1106 E. Morehead St., Burlington (Off '78)Kinnett 
Mr. Ed. Hoyle-1313 Ridgecrest Ave. Burlington (Off '79) Brookwood 
FINANCE 

Mr. Terrell Duncan, Chmn. -2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington, Northside 
Mr. Graham Rogers-P.O. Box 151 Graham, Graham First 
Mr. Robert Davis-Rt. 2, Box 219, Hillsborough, Mars Hill 
Mr. Johnny Greene-2903 McKinney St., Burlington, Eastlawn 
Mrs. Virginia Wilson-Rt. 5, Box 112, Mebane, Edgewood 
ORDINATIONS 

Dr. Christ White, Chmn. -2316 Blanche Dr., Burlington, Holly Hill 
Rev. Joe Long-Rt. 9, Box 442, Burlington, City Lake 
Rev. Earl Epperson-Rt. 4, Box 28-A, Mebane, Edgewood 
Mr. Lynn Lambert-2513 Hoskins Dr., Burlington, Grove Park 
Rev. Hoyt Roberson-514 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington 
MEMORIALS 

Miss Lenna Rudd, Chmn. -407 N. Logan St., Burlington, Hocutt 
Rev. Harley Anderson-S. Church St. Saxapahaw, Oak Grove 
Mrs. Viginia Andrews-513 Johnson Ave. Graham, Graham First 
NOMINATIONS 

Mr. S.T. Hearne, Chmn. -2508 McKinney St., Burlington, Eastlawn 
Mr. Jack Watson-809 Allendale Dr. Burlington, Kinnett 
Mr. Bill Hinton-Rt. 1, Box 36, Mebane, Mebane First 
Rev. Frank Haith-P.O. Box 67, Altamahaw, Altamahaw 
Mr. Lewis Moore-Rt. 9, Box 254, Burlington, Mt. Adar 
Mr. Felton Johnson-Rt. 3, Box 111, Hillsborough, Cane Creek 
MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. W.T. Cockman, Chmn. -P.O. Box 163, Elon College, Elon First 
Rev. Curtis Oakley-Rt. 2, Box 72, Burlington, Riverside 
Mr. Harold Culbreth-P.O. Box 245, Hillsborough, Hillsborough F. 
Rev. Larry Thompson-P.O. Box 372, Haw River, Haw River First 
Mr. Jack Walker-Rt. 2, Box 44-A Snow Camp, Calvary 
CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Albert Taylor, Chmn.-Rt. 1, Box 386, Elon College, Ossipee 
Rev. Bob Brizendine-Rt. 4, Box 439, Chapel Hill, Bethel 
Rev. Charles Rutt-Rt. 2 Box 422, Hillsborough, Cross Roads 
Rev. Elliot Hill-P.O. Box 7, Swepsonville, Swepsonville 
Rev. Joe Hicks-Rt. 3, Box 331, Liberty, Mt. Zion 
EMERGENCY HOME 

Mr. Paul Craig, Chmn. -P.O. Box 1794, Burlington, Burlington F. 
Mr. Ed Nash-1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington, Northside 
Mr. Tom Ward-P.O. Box 593, Hillsborough, Hillsborough F. 
PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Mr. Jim Dunn, Chmn. -P.O. Box 2378, Burlington, Grove Park 
Mr. Rupert Lackey-416 Doggett Dr. Graham, Burlington F. 
Mrs. Herbert Smith-705 Sycamore Dr., Graham, Graham First 
Mr. Ed Nash-1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington, Northside 
(to be filled) 
SERVICE MINISTRIES 
Rev. Ralph Jones, Jr. Chmn (Christian Education)-P.O. Box 68, Graham, Graham 

First 
Miss Phyllis Thoms (Baptist Hospital)-114 Fonville St. Apt. 4, Burlington Grove Park 



Mr. Cecil Griffin (Christian Life)-Rt. 2, Chapel Hill, McDuffie 

(to be filled) (Homes for the Aging) 

Mr. Robert Murphy (Children's Homes)-P.O. Box 476, Haw River, Haw River F. 

Mr. Marsh Lyall (Christian Literature)-2841 Delaney Dr., Burlington, Holly Hill 

Dr. Dale Steele (Radio & T.V.)-P.O. Box 2686, Burlington, Burlington F. 

Rev. Jack Church (Baptist Foundation)-Rt. 5, Box 72 Mebane, Mt. Adar 

Mr. Edgar Cashwell (Stewardship)-Saxapahaw, Moore's Chapel 

Mr. James Dunn (Annuity Board)-P.O. Box 2378, Burlington, Grove Park 

COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT 

Mr. Freeman Cooper, Chmn.-P.O. Box 491, Haw River, Haw River 

Mrs. Reu Hudson-Rt. 8, Box 193-B, Burlington, Kinnett 

Mrs. Becky Joyner-1148 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington, Eastlawn 

Mrs. Doris Thurman-2439 Morningside, Burlington, Eastlawn 

Mrs. Betty Newcomb-2102 McKinney St., Burlington, Eastlawn 

Mrs. Nell Griffin-2108 Morningside Dr., Burlington, Eastlawn 

Mrs. Jean Hill -502 Shadowbrook Court, Burlington, Holly Hill 

Mrs. Janie Creech-2604 Clarendon Road, Burlington, Holly Hill 

Mrs. Linda Jernigan-234 Westridge Dr., Burlington, Holly Hill 

Mrs. Linda Rutt-Rt. 2, Box 422, Hillsborough, Cross Roads 

Mrs. Helen Overaker-Rt. 1, Box 285, Hillsborough, Cross Roads 

Mrs. Faye Ray-Rt. 2, Orange Grove Rd., Hillsborough, Cross Roads 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTESS 

Mr. Thomas B. Vines, Chmn.-423 Collinwood Drive, Burlington, Grove Park 

Mr. William G. Phillips-2323 McKinney St., Burlington, Haw River F. 

Mr. Lawrence Madden-1806 Brown Ave., Burlington, Alamance 

Mr. Roy Wilson-Rt. 1, Box 350, Hillsborough, Mars Hill 

Mr. John H. Wilson-Rt. 5, Box 112, Mebane, Edgewood 

Mr. Dalton Rhue-Rt. 4, Box 14, Mebane, Mebane First 

Mr. Larry Durham-Rt. 1, Chapel Hill, Antioch 

TIME.PLACE AND PREACHER 

Rev. W.T. Cockman, Chmn.-P.O. Box 163, Elon College, Elon First 

Rev. Ralph Jones, Jr. -P.O. Box 68, Graham, Graham First 

Monty Fox-Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough, Colonial Hills 

Roger Aycock-P.O. Box 751, Hillsborough, Fairview 

Harley Anderson-S. Church St., Saxapahaw, Oak Grove 

RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. Larry Knowles, Chmn.-1106 E. Morehead St., Burlington, Kinnett 

Rev. Curtis Oakley-Rt. 2, Box 72, Burlington, Riverside 

Rev. Joe Hicks-Rt. 3, Box 331, Liberty, Mt. Zion 

Miss Phyllis Thomas-114 Fonville St., Apt. 4, Burlington, Grove Park 

Dr. Thomas Ritter-Rt. 5, Chapel Hill, Antioch 

There are no main offices of any Baptist school, hospital, encampment, children's 
home, state or convention-wide board or agency located in the Association. 

ZIP CODES 

Alamanace 27201 

Altamahaw . 27202 

Burlington 27215 

Chapel Hill . 27514 

Efland 27243 

Elon College 27244 

Graham - 27253 



Haw River 27258 

Hillsborough 27278 

Liberty "^ 27298 

Mebane 27302 

Prospect Hill 27314 

Saxapahaw "' , 27340 

Swepsonville 27359 

ASSOCIATIONAL AUXILIARIES 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

President--Dr. Dale O. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington 
Vice President-Rev. Perry Jones, 1317 Garfield Rd., Burlington 
Secretary-Treasurer--Rev. Elliott Hill, P.O. Box 7, Swepsonville 
Program Chairman-Rev. Perry Jones, 1317 Garfield Rd., Burlington 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Director-James A. Taylor, 2236 Wilkins St., Burlington 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director-Miss PhylHs Thomas, 114 Fonville St., Burlington 

BROTHERHOOD 
Director-H.G. Foster, 1115 South Main Street, Graham 

YOUTH COORDINATOR 

Director-Mrs. Janice Byerly, 1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director-Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Briarcliff Rd., Burlington 

Secretary-Mrs. S.E. Somers, Rt. #1, Box 169, Elon College 

Treasurer-Mrs. Paul L. Warren, Rt. #1, Box 175, Haw River 
BAPTIST WOMEN 

Director- Mrs. H.D. Booth, Box 553, Haw River 

Ass't Director-Mrs. C. Frank Kelly, 2305 Hyde St., Burlington 
BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN 

Director-Mrs. Mark Frizzell, 413 Woodhaven Dr., Burlington 

Ass't Director-Mrs. Charles Knight, 711 N. Ninth St., Mebane 
ACTEENS 

Director-Miss Beverly Alford, 2-C Brookwood Garden Apts., Burlington 

Ass't Director-Miss Marie Webster, Box 569, Graham 
GIRLS-IN-ACTION 

Director-Mrs. Earl Harden, Rt. #1, Box 259-A, Efland 

Ass't Director-Mrs. Glenn Ellington, 215 Cheek Lane, Graham 
MISSION FRIENDS 

Director-Mrs. Garnett Patton, 346 N.St., Johns St., Burlington 

Ass't Director-Mrs. Guy Cain, 318 Bland Blvd., Burlington 
MISSION ACTION 

Director-Mrs. R. Dan Smith, 1457 Morningside Dr., Burlington 
HISTORIAN 

Mrs. Mildred Overman, 917 S. Beaumont Ave., Burlington 
PUBLICITY 

Mrs. Willard Smith, Rt. #4, Box 27CCC, Mebane 



REGISTERED MESSENGERS AND VISITORS 

Alamance, First-Etta Johnson, Lawrence L. Madden, Mrs. Cheryl Harper 
Altamahaw--Rev. Frank Haith, Mrs. Frank Haith, June Whitaker, Julia Bowles, 

Kenneth L. Edwards, Mrs. Deborah Stutts, Mrs. Mack Rainey, Edity C. McDaniel 
Antioch--Dr. Thomas A. Ritter, Jessie I. Grubb, Alton Riley, Nancy Riley, Myrtle Ivey, 

Judy Wiles, Mrs. Octavia Ward 
Bethel-Rev. Robert C. Brizendine 
Brookwood-Rev. Perry Jones, Carol Jones, Rosemary Ester, Jeanette Sims, Millie 

Walker, Polly Shaw. 
Burlington, First-Robert Sparks, Rev. R.L. Councilman, J.H. Waugh, Elmer G. 

Lewis, Mrs. Elmer Lewis, Ethel C. Roberts, Melvin Holt, Mrs. Melvin Holt, loline 

C. Roush, Cecil Yarbrough, Lucille Yarbrough 
Calvary-Mrs. Luther A. Nail, Clyde H. Murray 
Cane Creek-Cecil C. Crawford, Mae Crawford, Mrs. H.M. Perry 
City Lake-Rev. Joseph D. Lang, Mrs. Joseph Lang, Susan Lang, Alma Perry, Alton 

M. Perry, Sr., Mrs. Alton Perry Sr., Doris Fisher, Dalia Fisher, Ruby Wilson 
Colonial Hills-Rev. Monty Fox, Phil Hardee, Curtis Clayton 
Cross Roads-Rev. Charles E. Rutt, Faye Ray, Margaret Thompson, Leslie Faulkner, 

John Childs, Mrs. John Childs, Helen Overaker 
Eastlawn-Rev. Elmer Joyner, Becky Joyner, Johnny Greene, J. A. Taylor, S.T. 

Hearne, Doris Thurman, Mae Sperling, Zettie Arnold, Edith Knight, Nell Griffin, 

Betty Newcomb, Bryon Baker, H.C. Thomas, Frances Palmer, Mae Truluck 
Edgewood-Rev. E.L. Epperson 
Elon College, First-Rev. W.T. Cockman 
Fairview-Rev. Roger H. Aycock, Kay J. Aycock, Wanda Wilson, Frank J. Davis, Mrs. 

Frank J. Davis 
Fellowship-Rev. Clyde Stanfield, Mrs. Clyde Stanfield, Robert Laws, Pat Laws, Rev. 

Ronald Coleman 
Glen Hope-Rev. C.C. Vaughn, Mrs. C.C. Vaughn, Rev. G.W. Swinney, Mrs. G.W. 

Swinney, Mildred Overman, Etta Oakes, Howard Callahan, Sadie Callahan, Iris 

Allison, Edward S. Long, Carol Forrester, Vance P. Forrester, Jr., Raymond 

Campbell 
Glen Raven-Rev. Bobby Fann, WD. Wells 
Glencoe-Nathan Pennington, Grace Moody, Violet Brame 
Graham, First-Rev. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Ralph Jones, H.G. Foster, Rev. Charles 

L. McMillan, Mrs. Charles McMillan, Graham Rogers, Floyd Hobson, Mrs. Floyd 

Hobson, Mrs. J.F. Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Harold Cox, Eddie Love, Jack Currin, Bea 

Massey, Nona Bickerstaff, Lynn Quakenbush, Fred Crabtree, Virginia Ward, 

Charles McDaniel 
Grove Park-James Dunn, Gladys Dunn, Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Phyllis Thomas, Virdar 

Ray, Mildred Lehrenkrauss, Manly Ray, E.L. Abernathy, Jim Harrell, Lynn 

Lambert, Brady Lowder, Maynard Ellington 
Haw River, First-Rev. Larry Thompson, Freeman Cooper, J.C. Pierce, Jr., Mrs. H.C. 

Smith, Mrs. Lila Harder, Louise Booth, Janis B. Turner, Mrs. Essie Blalock, Waher 

Jones, Jr. 
Hillsborough, First-Dr. Thomas M. Denton, Mrs. George E. Simmons, Mrs. Miriam 

Allred, Mrs. James C. Rippy, Reginald D. Carter, Mrs. Herman Strayhorn 
Hocutt Memorial-Rev. Robert Medlin, Glenda Medlin, Lenna Rudd, Ruth Cornell, 

C.C. Hinton, Bessie Hinton, Ina A Gattis, La Monna Gattis, Janice Seamster, Sadie 

Shaw, J.M. Robineta, Emelar Glosson 
Holly Hill-Dr. Claud Bowen, Mrs. Claud Bowen, Thomas Hill, Mrs. Thomas Hill, 

Delma Thomas, Jean Hamrick, Edith Gordon, Lena Byran, R.A. Jernigan, Mrs. 

June Wright, June English, T.L. Melton, Marsh Lyall, Terri Lyall, W.G. Howard, 

Doris Howard, Bill Allred, Bill Mann, Sara C. Mann, Janice Creech, W.B. Keasler, 

Billy M. Gordon, Lidan Jernigan, John Thomas, Wayne Goodman, Sue Goodman, 

Mary M. Sandford, Mrs. Paul Hoyle, Tommy Thomas, Bay Carroll 



Kinnett Memorial--Kev. Larry Knowles, Gerald Dickerson, Mrs. Gerald Dickerson, 

Reu Hudson, Dot Malone, Mrs. Ann Lanier, Eunice Morningstar, Mrs. Mattie 

McNeil, Ollie Long, Mrs. Lillie Harden, Helen Small, J. A. Watson, Mickey Watson, 

Pat Howard, Ona Williams, Iver Maness, Kathryn Ellington, D.L. Raynor, Mrs. 

D.L. Raynor 
Mars Hill--J.M. Kenyon, Mrs. Elizabeth Kenyon, Mrs. Earl Harden, Lynne Laws, 

Mrs. Lillian Wilkinson, Mrs. Sallie Mincey, Edith Davis, W. Lacy Lloyd, Garl-Dean 

Wilson 
McDuffie Memorial-Leonard Duncan, Clifford E. Menzel, Mrs. Frances L. Menzel 
Mebane, First-Rev. Charles Lemley, C.W. Lee, Jr., Mrs. Betsy Fox, Charles G. 

Knight, Sharon Knight, Mrs. Willard Smith, Mrs. Glenn Jeffreys, Henry Brown 
Moore's Chapel-Rev. John B. Ray, Bernard Hodgin, Brenda H. Lewis, Charlotte 

Knowles 
Mount Adar-Rev. Jack D. Church, Clarence N. Sharpe, Erma Sharpe, Mrs. H.E. 

Jobe, Mrs. L.J. Rogers, Sr., Mrs. Nancy Crabtree 
Mount Zion-Rev. Joe R. Hicks 
New Hope-Not represented 

North Graham-Rev. R. Brantley Stevens, Janice Stevens 
Northside-Rev. J. Howard Silver, Mona S. Silver, Terrell Duncan, Betty Tillett, Mrs. 

R. Dan Smith, Mrs. Alice Winningham, Mrs. Gladys Spinks, Clyde Morris, Ruth 

Morris, Evelyn Kelly, Lois Thomas, Ellen Mincey, Louise Sorrell, Erie French, 

Pauline Garrett, Alonza W. Sorkell, Jr. 
Oak Grove-Rev. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Vernon Sykes, Marie 

Tysinger 
Ossipee-Rev. Albert Taylor, Rachel Taylor, Howard Steelman, Marie Tysinger, Mrs. 

Lonie Pickard, James L. Moon, Gene Perkins 
Riverside-Rev. Curtis V. Oakley 
Swepsonville-Rev. C. Elliott Hill, Edna Hill, Elmer Phillips, Josie Phillips, J.C. 

Everett, Alma Everett, Brenda Everett 
West Hill-Rosa L. Mangum, Pauline Mangum, Ruth Brigdon 
Visitors From Outside Our Association-Dr. Carl Bates, Charlotte; Andrew Lester, 

Winston Salem; J. Parker McLendon, Thomasville; Dott Childs, Mt. Moriah; Mrs. 

Goodman, Palestine 

Total attendance for the two day and one night session was 455. There were 340 total 
registered messengers and 115 registered visitors. There was only one Church not 
represented: New Hope. 

Constitution and By-Laws 

OF 

THE MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

(1960; AMENDED 1964-1969-1973-1974-1976) 

Preamble 

We, the Baptist Churches of the Mount Zion Baptist Association, unite according to 
the plan and for the purpose and work of New Testament churches in our world, and to 
this end to cooperate to the fullest extent possible with the State and Southern Baptist 
Conventions, according to the following articles: 

ARTICLE I Name 

The name of this body is the "Mount Zion Baptist Association." 



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ARTICLE II Purpose 

It shall be the purpose of the Association to cooperate with the State and Southern 
Baptist Conventions in the promotion of Christian Missions at home and abroad, and 
in any other related objects such as evangelism, Christian education, benevolent 
enterprises, and social services which it may deem proper and advisable for the 
furtherance of the kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE III Membership 

SECTION 1. The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches in 
the area of the Association. 

SECTION 2. The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and may receive 
churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and By-Laws. Member 
churches may also withdraw as they desire. Any church in the Association which fails 
to cooperate with the Association shall be contacted by a committee appointed by the 
Executive Board of the Association to ascertain the wishes and desires of the church 
relative to its continuance in the Association. The committee shall report and bring 
appropriate recommendations to the Association. 

A cooperating church shall defined as one which sends a report and messengers to 
the annual session, and contributes to the financial program of the Association. 

SECTION 3. Churches desiring to affiliate with this body shall make a written 
request to the Committee on Membership of the Association at least three months 
prior to the annual meeting. If, in the judgment of the Committee on Membership and 
the Executive Board, the requirements hereinafter set forth have been met, the church 
may be recommended for membership without delay at the annual meeting of the 
Association. In any other case a church may be received under watchcare. 

ARTICLE IV Meetings 

SECTION 1. The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday after 
the third Sunday in October. 

SECTION 2. Special Meetings may be called by the Moderator provided two weeks 
notice is given to the member churches. 

SECTION 3. In case of emergency, the Executive Board shall have power to change 
the time and/or place of meetings. 

SECTION 4. Each church shall elect annually one messenger to the meeting of the 
Association for each 50 members of the church in addition to the pastor, provided each 
church shall have not less than three or more than fifteen messengers. These shall 
constitute the voting body of the Association. The names of messengers printed in the 
minutes shall include only those attending and registering at the Association. 

ARTICLE V Authority 

While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Association does not claim, 
and will never attempt to exercise, any authority over any other Baptist body, whether 
church or auxiliary organization. 

ARTICLE VI Officers and Their Election 

SECTION 1. The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Associational Sunday School 
Director, Associational Director of Training and Ministries, Associational Woman's 
Missionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, and Youth 
Coordinator. 

SECTION 2. The officers shall be elected on the last day of the annual meeting for a 
term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted and nominated by the 
Committee on Nominations (By-Law V, Section 7). 

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SECTION 3. Officers shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting at 
which elected, and shall serve until the close of the next annual meeting, or until their 
successors are elected. 

SECTION 4. Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be ineligible 
for re-election for a period of two years. 

ARTICLE VII Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, serving 
terms of six years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the Committee on 
Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the annual meeting in each EVEN 
year to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of the term of one of the three; no 
trustee being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of two years. The 
expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the 
Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII The Executive Board 

The Executive Board shall be composed of all associational officers (Art. VI, Sect. 1,) 
the superintendent of Missions (ex officio), each active pastor, one lay member chosen 
by each member church from its membership and certified to the Association in its 
annual report, and chairmen of all standing committees of the Association. The 
Executive Board shall have the authority to act for the Association between sessions, 
except as limited by the Constitution. It shall be the duty of this Board to meet 
quarterly, and to make reports and recommendations to the Association at its annual 
meeting. 

ARTICLE IX Associational Council 

SECTION 1. The membership of the Council shall be composed of the Sunday School 
Director, Training and Ministries Director, Woman's Missionary Union Director, 
Brotherhood Director, Music Ministry Director, Youth Coordinator and the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

SECTION 2. The Superintendent of Missions will serve as Chairman. 

SECTION 3. The Council will be responsible for formulating and publishing an 
Associational Calendar of Activities. 

ARTICLE X Committees 

SECTION 1. The Association shall have the following standing committees, with 
their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the following 
annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Order of Business (By-Law V, Sect. 1) 

(2) Committee on Missions (By-Law V, Sect. 2) 

(3) Committee on Evangelism (By-Law V, Sect. 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (By-Law V, Sect. 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (By-Law V, Sect. 5) 

(6) Committee on Memorial (By-Law V, Section 6) 

(7) Committee on Nominations (By-Law V, Sect. 7) 

(8) Committee on Constitution (By-Law V, Sect. 8) 

(9) Committee on Membership (By-Law V, Sect. 9) 

(10) Committee on Properties (By-Law V, Sect. 15) 

(11) Committee on Baptist Emergency Home (By-Law V, Sect. 16) 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting. 
Committee on Committees (By-Law V, Sect. 11) 



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SECTION 2. The following committees shall be appointed by the Moderator at thirty 
days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (By-Law V, Sect. 12) 

(2) Committee on Resolutions (By-Law V, Sect. 13) 

(3) Committee on Enrollment (By-Law V, Sect. 14) 

ARTICLE XI Amendments 

SECTION 1. The provisions of this Constitution shall not be waived at any meeting 
of the association, except as herein provided for amendments thereof. 

SECTION 2. Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any annual session of 
the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members present, 
provided that the proposed amendments shall have been presented to the Moderator 
at least 15 days prior to the meeting, and submitted to the Committee on Constitution 
for its report and recommendation. It must be presented to the Association on the first 
day and voted by the Association on the second day, by a standing vote. 



By-La 



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By-Law I Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of Order, Revised Edition shall be followed as the Association's rules 
for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes 
otherwise. 

By-Law II Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30, with the 
exception of the fiscal or financial year which shall begin January 1 and close 
December 31. 

By-Law III New Churches 

Any church seeking admission to the membership of the Association shall petition in 
writing the Executive Board at least three months prior to the annual meeting of the 
Association, which petition shall be referred to the Committee on Membership for its 
study of the petitioning church's covenant, articles of faith, history, practices, 
cooperative spirit, its relations to other member churches of the Association, and its 
willingness to abide by the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association. The 
Committee on Membership shall then report to the Association at its annual meeting 
its findings and recommendations for Associational action. 

By-Law IV Duties of Officers 

SECTION 1 . The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the body according to 
the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees, Committee on 
Place and Preacher, Committee on Resolutions, and Committee on Enrollment. He 
shall be chairman of the Executive Board, and be an ex officio member of all other 
committees. 

SECTION 2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, of 
the moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at 
least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute at the annual 
meeting mimeographed copies of the Digest of these reports, make an accurate record 
of the proceedings of the Association, supervise, the printing and distributing of 
minutes to the member churches within sixty days after the annual meeting, keep on 
file copies of minutes, records and other documents of the Association, and also, serve 
as secretary of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its 
Executive Board, or as designated in the Budget; render an accurate report of receipts 
and disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give an oral report 

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at each quarterly Executive Board Meeting; and keep books available and up to date 
for examination. 

The Chairman of the Finance Committee shall have the authority to act for the 
Treasurer in the event the Treasure is incapacitated. 

SECTION 5. The Music Director shall be in charge of the music program of the 
Association at and between annual meetings. 

SECTION 6. The Auditor shall at the close of the Associational year make an audit of 
the Treasurer's records. 

SECTION 7. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the meeting 
of the Association. 

By-Laws V. Duties of Committees 

SECTION 1. The Committee on Order of Business shall be composed of three 
members and the Moderator, Clerk, and Music Director. It shall prepare a printed 
program of the annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on 
the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall in 
the opening of the annual meeting of the Association present the printed program for 
adoption and serve through the sessions when adjustments in the order of business 
become necessary. 

SECTION 2. The Committee on Missions 

(1) This Committee shall be composed of one representative each from the 
Associational Brotherhood and W.M.U., the treasurer, each of the directors of 
Associational Ministries, and three additional members elected by the Association to 
serve three years on a rotating basis. It shall work with the Superintendent of Missions 
in promoting the work in the Association, and lead and assist in organizing new 
churches and in beginning new mission stations. 

(2) If such advice is sought, it shall advise any group seeking to organize a new 
church. It shall also seek to help any member church desiring assistance with its 
problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee shall seek out 
and recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for election a new 
Superintendent of Missions according to By-Law VII, Section 1. 

(4) This Committee shall seek out and recommend to the Association, or its 
Executive Board, any salaried personnel relating to mission ministries according to 
By-Law VIII, Section 1. 

SECTION 3. The Committee on Evangelism, composed of three members, shall 
promote the work of evangelism in the Association in cooperation with the Association 
and the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to be subject to the 
approval of the Association or its Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Committee on Finance, composed of five members and Treasurer, 
shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate program, present a 
budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans for securing the 
cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a written 
report to the annual meeting. 

SECTION 5. The Committee on Ordinations, composed of five members, shall, 
when requested by a member church, assist with the examination and ordination of a 
candidate for the Gospel Ministry. Each candidate shall be examined as to his 
Christian experience, call to and preparation for the ministry, doctrinal beliefs, and 
attitude toward our Denomination and its program. 

SECTION 6. The Committee on Memorials, composed of three members, shall bring 
a report at the annual meeting and lead in a memorial service in memory of those 
reported by the churches as deceased since the last annual meeting. 

SECTION 7. The Committee on Nominations, composed of seven members, shall 
contact before and nominate on the last day at the annual meeting of the Association 
the officers and trustees of the Association according to Article VI and VII of the 
Constitution. This Committee shall also fill vacancies which occur between annual 
meetings of the Association among persons which were nominated by this Committee. 

This Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations from the floor. 

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SECTION 8. The Committee on Constitution, composed of five members, shall be 
available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed to keep the Constitution in line with the policies and 
programs of the Association. 

SECTION 9. The Committee on Membership, composed of five members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws, Article III, Section 3 
and By-Laws III). 

SECTION 10. The Committee on Committees, composed of seven members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1), and shall 
assist the Executive Board in filling vacancies on all other standing committees 
occurring between sessions. This Committee shall also name the chairman of each 
committee. 

SECTION 11. The Committee on Place and Preacher, composed of five members, 
shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of meeting for the next annual 
meeting of the Association, and shall recommend the place or places. It shall also 
recommend the preacher and alternate for the annual and doctrinal sermons which 
shall be given one on the first day and the other on the second day to be alternated 
from year to year. 

SECTION 12. The Committee on Resolutions, composed of five members, shall draw 
up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation and any other resolutions 
it may deem expedient. 

SECTION 13. The Committee on Enrollment, composed of five members, shall 
prepare for and direct the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. Each 
messenger shall be enrolled only once during the annual meeting. Also, this 
Committee shall be prepared to report on enrollment as called for during the sessions. 

SECTION 14. The Properties Committee shall be composed of five members and 
shall be responsible for the upkeep of all properties owned or leased by the Association 
or its Trustees. 

SECTION 15. The Baptist Emergency Home Committee shall be composed of three 
members who will work with the Director of the Home and shall keep the Association 
informed as to the needs and opportunities at the Home. 

By-Law VI Trustees 

The legal title to all real and personal property of the Association shall be vested in 
the trustees and their successors in such office. The said trustees may convey said 
property by proper legal instruments pursuant to resolutions adopted and approved by 
the Association or its Executive Board. They shall handle all legal matters of the 
Association under the direction of the said Association or its Executive Board. See 
Article VII of Constitution. 

By-Law VII Superintendent of Missions 

SECTION 1. His selection shall be upon recommendation of the committee on 
Missions and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, between sessions of 
the Association, by its Executive Board. He shall be a member of all committess and 
organizations of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. The relationship 
between the Association and its Missionary may be terminated by either party upon 
the giving of reasonable notice. 

SECTION 2. The Associational Missionary shall promote the work of the Association 
and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their pastors and officers, and the 
Associational committees and organizations. He shall make a quarterly report to the 
Executive Board, and an annual report to the Association. 

SECTION 3. Job Description: 

PROMOTION 

1. That the State Board will have certain policies and methods of operation which the 
Superintendent of Missions and the missions committee should be familiar with and 
use as a guide. 

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2. That the primary responsibiHty for planning and executing the work shall be 
carried out by him in collaboration with the associational missions committee. 

3. A well rounded program including all phases of needed work should be planned 
and patiently and faithfully promoted. 

4. The Superintendent of Missions shall, upon request, provide a list of qualified 
persons who may be considered by churches seeking pastors. 

Primary Missions 

1. We recognize that the heart of an associational missions program is the 
Superintendent of Missions and a good associational missions committee. 

2. That the beginning and operation of missions projects promoted by the 
Superintendent of Missions be church-sponsored. 

3. Conduct surveys to ascertain community needs. 

4. Whenever the associational budget does not provide funds for primary missions, 
we recommend that the Superintendent of Missions, finance committee, missions 
committee consult together and suggest ways and means whereby funds may be raised 
for promoting new work or strengthening work already established. 

5. The Superintendent of Missions shall have the administrative responsibility for all 
personnel related to the Association's mission ministries. 

Education 

1. That the missions committee, and Superintendent of Missions with whatever aid 
they may require from the associational resources, seek to visit each church in the 
association in the interest of strengthening the work in the local church and improving 
the relationship between the churches and the association. 

2. Publication of activities. 

3. Promotion of Vacation Bible Schools and Study Courses. 

4. An attempt be made, on associational level, to assist local churches where needed 
in getting young people and leadership to state and southwide summer assemblies. 

Should there occur, at any time, a grievance on the part of the Superintendent of 
Missions and/or the association, they may approach and consult with the moderator, 
chairman and vice-chairman of the missions committee. 

By-Law VIII Salaried Personnel 

The election of salaried personnel relating to mission ministries shall be upon 
recommendation of the Committee on Missions and on vote by the Association at its 
Annual Meeting, or between sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. 

By-Law IX Annual Reports 

Persons who are to bring reports to the annual meeting of the Association shall 
present the same to the Superintendent of Missions or Clerk, two weeks prior to the 
annual meeting in order for these to be included in the Book of Reports, which will be 
given to all messengers at the annual sessions. 

By-Law X Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual meeting of 
the Association when presented in writing at said meeting and approved by a majority 
of the messengers present and voting. 

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE 
MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

This is to certify that the (name of Church) 

of (address) in 

church conference (date) 197 voted to make formal 

application for membership in the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Association, and 

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pledges itself to support the Baptist Denomination and its program of carrying out Our 
Lord's Commands within the Association, the State, the Homeland, and throughout 
the world. It has been read before the congregation, and approved, the "Articles of 
Faith" known and commonly accepted by Baptists as the "New Hampshire Confession 
of Faith." It further pledges itself to live by the "Church Covenant" of a Missionary 
Baptist Church. It declares itself to be a duly constituted and organized Missionary 
Baptist Church, and will maintain this status at all time, or will voluntarily withdraw 
from the Association. 

It understands that upon submitting this application to the annual session of the 
Association, and if the Association receives the application, it will be referred to the 
Executive Board of the Association for study and investigation. The Church maintains 
the status of Associate Membership until such time, as the Executive Board makes a 
favorable recommendation that it be received into full membership with all the rights 
and privileges. 

(Signed) Pastor 

Clerk 

Deacon 

Deacon 



Proceedings 

First Day, Tuesday - October 19, 1976 
Eastlawn Baptist Church 

MORNING SESSION 

1. The 107th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association was called to 
order by the Moderator Gerald Dickerson, layman, Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church. 

2. A cordial welcome was extended by Elmer Joyner, pastor of host Church. He 
made necessary announcements concerning the facilities of the Church plant. Rev. 
Joyner then led in prayer. 

3. The roll call of the churches by Director of Missions, Charles McMillan, was 
accompanied by a visual presentation of pictures of the church buildings. 

4. After the roll call the clerk. Freeman Cooper, made a motion that the messengers 
registered and those who would register in the following sessions would constitute the 
body for the Associational meetings of the 107th annual session. This motion was 
adopted. 

5. Charles Lemley, chairman of the Order of Business Committee, presented the 
program as printed in the Book of Reports and moved for its adoption. It was affirmed. 

107TH 

MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

ANNUAL MEETING 

October 19 - 20, 1976 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1976 EASTLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
A.M. 

9:30 A Prelude of Music 

9:45 Welcome and Invocation Rev. Elmer Joyner 

9:50 Roll Call of Churches Rev. Charles McMillan 

1 0:05 Enrolment of Messengers Mr. Freeman Cooper 

10:10 Presentation of Order of Business Rev. Charles Lemley 

10:15 Introduction of New Pastors Rev. Charles McMillan 

10:25 Report of the Executive Board and 

Committee Appointments Mr. Gerald Dickerson 

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10:35 Report of the Constitution Committee Rev. Joe Hicks 

10:45 Hymn Director, Mr. Clyde Murray 

10:50 Treasurer's Report Mr. Graham Rogers 

10:55 Baptist Hospital Andrew Lester 

11:10 Recognition of Convention Representatives 
1 1 :20 Report of Registration Committee 
11:25 Special Music 

1 1 :30 Annual Message Dr. Tom Denton 

12:00 Benediction 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1976 HOLLY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

P.M. 

7:15 A Prelude of Music .Men's Chorus 

(Bob Sparks, Director) 
7:20 Welcome and Invocation 

7:25 Finance Committee Report Mr. Terrell Duncan 

7:40 Missions Committee Report Mr. Johnny Greene 

Rev. Jay H. Waugh 

8:00 Report of Time, Place and Preacher Committee Rev. W.T. Cockman 

8:05 Special Music Men's Chorus 

8:10 Message Dr. Carl Bates 

8:40 Benediction 

FELLOWSHIP (everyone invited) 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1976 CROSS ROADS BAPTIST CHURCH 
A.M. 
9:30 Prelude 

9:45 Welcome and Invocation Rev. Charles Rutt 

9:50 Report of Organizations 

Sunday School Rev. Charles McMillan 

Church Training 

Brotherhood Mr. H.G. Foster 

WMU Mrs. Marvin Bradley 

Music Miss Margaret Cantrell 

Historian Rev. J.H. Waugh, Jr. 

10:05 Reports of Committees 

Nominating Mr. S.T. Hearne 

Committee on Committees 
Ordinations 

Evangelism Mr. Eddie Love 

Memorials Rev. Harley Anderson 

Resolutions Rev. Larry Knowles 

10:35 Hymn 

10:40 Recognition of Convention Representatives 

Children's Homes Rev. Parker McLendon 

1 1 :00 Miscellaneous Business 
11:25 Special Music 

1 1 :30 Message Rev. C.C. Vaughn 

12:00 Benediction 

6. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, presented the pastors who were new in 
the Association. 

7. Gerald Dickerson, Moderator, called attention to the Report of the Executive 
Committee as found on page 23 of the Book of Reports and also a list of Committees 
appointed by the Moderator as found on page 8. 

8. Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented changes and 
additions to the Constitution and By-Laws as presented on page 22 of the Book of 
Reports. He asked the messengers to study the changes and they would be voted on in 
the Wednesday morning session. 



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9. The messengers stood and sang the hymn "Send The Light." 

10. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, presented the Associational Calendar of 
Activities for 1977 and moved its adoption. It was affirmed. 

11. Graham Rogers, Associational Treasurer, presented his report, with minor 
changes, which is shown on page 30 and 31 of the Book of Reports. This report, with 
changes, was adopted. 

12. The messengers stood and sang the hymn "We've A Story To Tell." 

13. Andrew Lester, representing the School of Pastoral Care of Baptist Hospital, 
gave a very informative talk on the different ministries taught in the school. The 
Missions Committee recommended that the Association start a Family Life Program 
on a part time basis, and this would be voted on tonight when the Missions Committee 
report is given. 

14. Registration report by the clerk revealed there were 128 messengers and 23 
visitors registered with a total attendance of 151. 

15. Special music was rendered by Clyde Murray. 

16. The Annual Sermon was preached by Dr. Thomas M. Denton, pastor of the First 
Baptist Church of Hillsborough. 

17. There were no Convention representatives present to be recognized. 

18. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Robert Medlin, pastor of Hocutt 
Memorial Baptist Church. 

EVENING SESSION 
Holly Hill Baptist Church 

19. The messengers joined in singing "All Hail The Power of Jesus Name" and 
"Amazing Grace." 

20. An Associational Mens Chorus, under the direction of Robert Sparks of 
Burlington, First, rendered one number. 

21. Moderator Gerald Dickerson called the night session to order. 

22. Tom Hill, layman of host Church, welcomed all in attendance and announced 
that a period of fellowship would be held in the basement after the meeting. He also 
introduced Dr. Claud Bowen, interim pastor, who also extended greetings and a 
welcome. 

23. Terrell Duncan, Chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the new 
Associational Budget as shown on page 32. This budget was adopted by the 
messengers. 

24. Johnny Greene, Chairman of the Mission Committee, recognized Rev. Jay 
Waugh who read "Don't Forget These" which presented the facts on how blind people 
are overlooked. Chairman Greene then presented the Missions Report as shown on 
pages 20 and 21 in the Book of Reports. He called attention to the recommendation 
regarding the Family Life Program from the morning session which was included in 
the report. This report, along with the recommendation, was adopted by the 
messengers. 

25. Rev. W.T. Cockman, chairman of the Time, Place, and Preacher Committee, 
presented the report as shown on page 17 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

26. Special Music was rendered by an Associational Mens Chorus, under the 
direction of Robert Sparks of Burlington, First. 

27. Dr. Claud Bowen, interim pastor, gave the invocation. He then introduced the 
speaker of the evening. Dr. Cal Bates, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Charlotte. 

28. Dr. Bates preached a very challenging and inspiring sermon on "Stewardship." 

29. On behalf of the Association Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, presented 
"Certificates of Appreciation" to: Mrs. R. Dan Smith; Paul J. Craig; Margaret 
Cantrell and Gerald Dickerson. 

30. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Ralph E. Jones, Jr., pastor of First 
Baptist Church, Graham. 

31. After the adjournment, a period of fellowship was held in the fellowship hall. 

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Second Day, Wednesday October 20, 1976 

Cross Roads Baptist Church 

MORNING SESSION 

32. Prelude music was rendered by Rev. Larry Thompson, pianist. 

33. Robert Sparks of BurHngton, First led the messengers in singing "To God Be 
The Glory." 

34. Moderator Dickerson called the meeting to order at 9:30 A.M. 

35. Rev. Charles Rutt, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and gave the 
invocation. 

36. On behalf of James A. Taylor, Charles McMillan presented the Sunday School 
Report as given on page 12 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

37. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, called attention to his report as shown 
on pages 18 and 19 of the Book of Reports. 

38. Moderator Dickerson presented the Church Training Report as shown on page 
12 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

39. H.G. Foster presented the Brotherhood Report as shown on page 15 of the Book 
of Reports and was adopted. 

40. Mrs. Marvin Bradley presented the WMU Report as shown on pages 13 and 14 
of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

41. Moderator Dickerson presented the Music Report as shown on page 16 of the 
Book of Reports and was adopted. 

42. Rev. J.H. Waugh presented the Historians Report as shown on page 17 of the 
Book of Reports and was adopted. 

43. Moderator Dickerson presented the Nominating Committee Report as shown on 
page 7 of the Book of Reports and those nominated to serve the following year as 
officers and Organizational Directors were elected. 

44. Johnny Greene presented the Report of the Committees on Committees as 
shown on pages 8, 9, and 10 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

45. Joe Lang, Chairman of the Ordinations Committee stated that the committee 
wasn't asked to examine any candidates for ordination during the past year. 

46. Eddie Love presented the Report of The Evangelism Committee as shown on 
page 24 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

47. A memorial to the membership in our churches deceased during the past year 
was conducted by Rev. Harley Anderson. Rev. Anderson moved that the 1976 
Associational Minutes be dedicated to the memory of Luther A. Nail, deceased pastor 
of Calvary Baptist Church. This motion was adopted. 

48. Rev. Larry Knowles presented the report of the Resolutions Committee which is 
shown elsewhere in the Minutes. This report was adopted. 

49. Rev. Joe Hicks presented the constitutional changes for adoption that had been 
presented to the messengers for study at the Tuesday morning session. These changes 
were adopted by the messengers. 

50. Gerald Dickerson expressed his appreciation to the messengers in being able to 
serve as moderator for the past two years. He then turned the Chair over to the 
incoming moderator, Tom Hill, layman of Holly Hill Baptist Church. 

51. The messengers joined in singing "There Is A Name I Love To Hear." 

52. Parker McLendon, of the Baptist Children's Homes, spoke of the work and 
accomplishments of the Homes and also of our Emergency Home. 

53. There was no miscellaneous business for consideration. 

54. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, suggested to the messengers that a 
committee of possibly 3 ministers, 3 laymen, and 3 lay women be appointed to study 
the Organizational Structure of the Association. This suggestion was put into a motion 
by Rev. Ralph E. Jones, Jr. and seconded. Dr. Thomas Denton moved that we amend 
the motion to have the Moderator and Director of Missions to serve as ex-officio 
members of the committee. This motion and amendment was adopted by the 
messengers and the moderator would appoint the committee. 

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55. Special Music "I'll Tell The World I'm A Christian" was rendered by Robert 
Sparks of Burlington, First. 

56. Rev. C.C. Vaughn, of the Glen Hope Baptist Church, preached the doctrinal 
sermon on "Justification." 

57. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Rev. G. W. Swinney, retired pastor of 
Glen Hope Baptist Church. 

Reports 
1977 Calendar of Activities 1977 

JANUARY 

1 Make reservations now for Camps and Assemblies this summer 

2 Make reservations for the Evangelism Conference, Feb. 7-9, Greensboro 
3-7 JANUARY BIBLE STUDY - BOOK OF ROMANS 

10 Executive Board Meeting 
14-15 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

16 W.M.U. Council 

17 Pastors' Conference 

17-18 Pastor - Music Director Workshop - Burlington 
S.S. Bible - Teaching Workshop - Charlotte 
23 Baptist Men's Day 
25 Associational Council 
28-29 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway 
FEBRUARY 

1 Bible Teaching Learning Workshop, Burlington 

3 B.Y.W. Missions Fair 
6-12 WMU Focus Week 

7-9 EVANGELISM CONFERENCE, War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro 
8 Acteen Banquet 
11-13 Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 
14 Pastor- Wife Banquet 

S.S. Bible Teaching Learning Workshop, Durham 
14-16 ABC of Pastors' Conference 

20 Baptist Homes for the Aging Offering 

21 Youth and Adult Sunday School Leadership Training 

22 Associational Council 

25 Adult Choir Festival Workshop, Statesville 

Mission & Ministries Conference, Southeastern Seminary 
25-27 High School Seniors' Retreat, Caraway 

26 Counselor in Training Interviews, Mundo Vista, Asheboro 
MARCH 

1 It's time to elect VBS workers and order VBS materials (Assoc. Clinic 
April 4) 

Regional Urban Missions Conference, Winston Salem 
4-5 Day Camp Directors' Workshop 

Language Missions Conference, Caraway 
Statewide Youth Choir Festival, Winston Salem 
6-13 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR HOME MISSIONS 
10-11 Vacation Bible School Clinic, Carawav 
15-16 WMU ANNUAL MEETING, Asheville (State) " 

21 Pastors' Conference 

22 WMU ANNUAL MEETING (Associational) 

22-24 Gardner-Webb College Ministers' Conference, Boiling Springs 
25-26 Handbell Festival, First Church, Greensboro 
25-26 Weekday Early Education Workshop, Raleigh 

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25-27 BSU Spring Conference, CaRAway 

25-27 State Pioneer Royal Ambassador Congress, Wingate 

28-30 Preaching Worship Workshop, Raleigh 

29 Associational Council 
29-30 Music Methods Workshop 
APRIL 

3 Acteens' Meeting 

4 Vacation Bible School Clinic (Associational) 

5 Missions Committee 

10 Easter 

1 1 Executive Board 

15-16 Church Library Conference 

American Campcraft Workshop, Caraway 

1 7 Cooperative Program Day 

18 Pastors' Conference 

18-20 Church Ministries & Training Special Workers Workshop, Caraway 

19 Church Building Conference, Raleigh 
WMU Council 

22-23 Week-end RA Camp, Caraway 

22-24 Family Camping Week-end, Caraway 

22-24 State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 

_ 23 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

26 Associational Council 

29-01 Family Camping Week-end "" 

29-01 Baptist Young Men's Retreat, Caraway 

30 BYW Retreat, Durham (Note change of date) 
G.A. Activity 

MAY 

2-3 Statewide Christian Sex Education Workshop, Caraway 

5-7 Youth Ministry Workshop, Caraway 

6-7 BYW Retreat,"Mundo Vista 

6-8 Family Camping Week-end, Caraway 

7 Interfaith Witness Conference, Caraway 

8 Mothers' Day 

Baptist Hospital Offering Day 

8-14 CHRISTIAN HOME WEEK 

Marriage Readiness Conference 

10 Marriage Enrichment Awareness Meeting 

12 Marital Counseling Awareness Session 
13-15 Teacher and Interpreter Conference, Caraway 
15-21 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

16 Pastors' Conference 

20-21 State R.A. Track Meet 

24 Associational Council 

23-26 Senior Adult Conference - Caraway 

27-28 State Correctional Ministries Conference 
JUNE 

4 Children's Bible Drill, FBCAsheboro 

13-17 Girls in Action Camp, Mundo Vista and Truett 

13-18 Youth Ministry Week, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

14-16 Southern Baptist Convention, Kansas City, Missouri 

19 Fathers' Day 

Baptist College Day and Scholarship Offering 

20 Pastors' Conference with wives 
20-24 G.A. Camp, Mundo Vista 

20-25 Church Ministries and Training Week, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

27-01 Acteens Camp, Mundo Vista 

27-01 Children's Choir Camp, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

28 Associational Council 

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JULY 

4-8 Mars Hill Week of Study and Fellowship 

4-8 Acteens Camp, Mundo Vista 

4-9 S.S. Bible Conference, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

5 Missions Committee 

11-15 Acteens Camp, Mundo Vista 

11-15 Childrens Choir Camp 

11 Executive Board Meeting ' 

11-16 World Missions Week, Baptist Assembly 

16-22 Sunday School Week, Ridgecrest 

18-22 Acteens Camp, Mundo Vista 

18-22 Childrens Choir Camp, Fruitland 

18-22 Associational Directors Conference, Caraway 

19 W.M.U. Council 

23-29 Sunday School Week, Ridgecrest 

25-29 Girls in Action Camp, Mundo Vista 

25-30 Youth/Adult Music Week, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

26 Associational Council 

30-05 Church Library/Weekday Early Education Conference, Ridgecrest 
AUGUST 

1 -5 Girls in Action Camp, Mundo Vista 

1-6 Youth Conference II, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

7 PASTOR APPRECIATION DAY 

8-12 Girls in Action Camp, Mundo Vista 

12-13 Children's Music Camp and Activity (Associational) 

15-19 Vacation Week, Baptist Assembly, Southport 

15-19 Girls in Action Camp, Mundo Vista 

19 Youth Evangelism Night, Greensboro 

20 G.A. Activity (Associational) 

22-24 Retreat For Exceptional Persons, Caraway 

23 Associational Council 

27-02 Sunday School Week, Ridgecrest 

29-03 Sunday School Leadership (Tentative) Baptist Assembly 

28 ON-TO-COLLEGE-DAY 

30 Marriage Preparation 
SEPTEMBER 

2-3 Associational Officers' Workshop, Mundo Vista 

2-5 Single Adult Conference, Ridgecrest 

9-10 Associational Officers' Workshop, Mundo Vista 

9-10 Brotherhood Leadership Training Retreat, Caraway 

13-15 Missionary Education Dialogue 

15 Children's Home Area Conference (Mills Home) 

16-17 Volunteer/Part-Time Music Director Retreat, Caraway 

18 B.Y.W. Family Picnic 

18 State Missions Day 

19 Pastors' Conference 
19-20 Multi-Vention, Caraway 

20 Associational Council 

23-25 Lay Renewal Celebration, Caraway 

25-30 Sunday School Preparation Week 

26-30 Church Training Rallies - Children Exploring Discipleship 

26-30 Four Preschool - Children Music Workshops (Raleigh, Winston, Hickory, 
Charlotte) 

27 WMU Leadership Conference 
30-02 Baptist State Student Convention 
OCTOBER 

3-4 Baptist Women Seminars 

5 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in the Churches 

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6-7 Baptist Women Seminars 

7-9 B.Y.W. Convention, Ridgecrest 

7-8 Sunday School All Age Group Conference, Caraway 

9 Biblical Recorder Day 

10 Executive Board Meeting 

12 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in the Churches 

14-15 Sunday School All Age Group Conference, Ridgecrest 

14-15 Younger Crusader R. A. Camp 

14-15 Deacon Retreat, Caraway 

17 Pastors' Conference 

17-19 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

18-19 MT. ZION ANNUAL MEETING 

19 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in the Churches 
21-23 Senior Mens' Retreat 

21-23 Career and Professional Women's Retreat, Ridgecrest 

24 Associational Council 

25 W.M.U. Council 

26 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in the Churches 
28-30 Marriage Enrichment Retreat 

29 B.Y.W. Retreat 

28-29 Pioneer Royal Ambassador Officers Workshop 

28-30 Creative Methods in Bible Study, Caraway 

30 High Attendance Day ^ 

31 Halloween 
NOVEMBER 

3 Special Activities Workshop 

4-5 Chairman of Deacons-Pastors Workshop, Winston Salem 

6-13 WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE 

1 1 January Bible Study Preparation, Colleges and Southeastern 
13-14 State Layman's Conference 

18-19 Training Retreat for Associational Acteen Officers, Mundo Vista 

18-19 Church Administration Conference, Caraway 

18-19 Crusader RA Congress 

20 Children's Home Offering Day 

21 Pastors' Conference 

22 Associational Council 

24 Thanksgiving Day 

25-26 Discipleship Retreat, Caraway 
DECEMBER 

4-11 WEEK OF PRAYER FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS 

18 Pastors' Conference 

25 Student Day at Christmas 
25 Christmas 

27 Associational Council 

THERMOMETER OR THERMOSTAT?? 

I am grateful for this opportunity to share some urgent concerns. 

Southern Baptists have "officially" adopted BOLD MISSION THRUST as a strategy 
for doing God's will in the next 25 years. The goals and objectives are simple, 
challenging and I believe, God inspired. They are: to confront everyone in the world 
with an opportunity to accept Christ and to provide an opportunity for those who do, to 
be a part of an evangelical fellowship. Space will not permit a full explanation of how 
these goals came into being, but take my word for it, they were not dreamed up, they 
were prayed down ! Every facet of Baptist life is being mobilized to reach these goals 
by the year 2000. For the first time since Crhist came, we have the technical capability 
of confronting every prson with the gospel. There is a sense of the "fullness of time" 
that pervades this endeavor. The number of career missionaries and pastors needed 

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for this undertaking, challenges our imagination, but God is ahead of us, because He 
has already called people in such numbers that our seminaries are overflowing. The 
magnitude of the task is such that career ministers and missionaries could never do it, 
but God is awakening us to the fact that all Christians are ministers and through lay 
renewal, more and more of our people are discovering how God expects them to use 
their talents and abilities. We are beginning to see less church work and more of the 
church at work. The spiritual victories of the past few years have not gone unnoticed by 
our foes, and we cannot expect the forces of evil to give up easily. They have redoubled 
their efforts and now, hard and better struggles are going on in many of our churches. 
Pastor-people conflicts have sprung up rapidly in our association, state and Southern 
Baptist Convention. We need to get some insight as to why these conflicts have 
multiplied so rapidly. 

Since the early fifties, there has been an increasing flow of industry and population 
into the Southern Sun-belt states. This has brought with it a greater diversity of 
cultural, ethnic, economic and racial life styles. For a while, our churches resisted 
including these social and cultural "foreigners". Incidently, this may help to explain 
why church people quit visiting and trying to reach people. However, today, the 
average Baptist Church has a mixture of social, cultural and theological life styles and 
it is much more difficult to please such a diverse group. 

Our lack of interest in reaching people also produced declining church and Sunday 
School rolls. Sunday School and worship attendance have been our yardsticks for 
measuring success and our obvious failures in the past decade have resulted in trying 
to change pastors or in emphasizing financial gains which are basically the result of 
inflation, rather than better stewardship. Short pastorates have been another result of 
this set of circumstances. Churches have called a pastor, expecting him to have a 
program that will get the church on the move. This may work until the church tires of 
doing "his" program and are ready for him to move. 

Add to all this, the problem of leadership struggles when new people come into a 
church, and the reason for many church conflicts comes into focus. 

What can be done about this situation? First, examine what you are doing. Petitions 
to vote a pastor out, or word campaigns against him or his work, damage the church as 
much, if not more than do the pastor. If you want to get rid of the pastor, pray for him 
and ask others to join you. God will move him or you, or reconcile the two of you. 

Try to lead the church as a body to define its goals. Answer the question, "What 
does God want my church to do?" Help the church to develop "her" program. The 
people will feel it is theirs and try harder. The pastor will then try to implement 
"their" program. 

Learn to evaluate a pastor on his faithfulness to his call and work. How can you 
measure the spiritual growth of a church or person? Besides, God expects all His 
people to be faithful. He determines the success or failure of our efforts. 

Plan for the renewal of the church membership. Too many of us are trying to do 
God's work without God. The journey inward to spiritual renewal must take place 
before the journey outward to reach others. Discover the values of renewal 
evangelism. 

Outreach has always been a major focus of Sunday School. Enlarging the Sunday 
School is still the easiest and best method for enlarging all the church organizations. 
Baptist finally have a strategy for enrolling people in Sunday School. The ACTION 
program is a sound, workable program. Whether or not your church uses it, you should 
consider adopting the idea of reaching people where you meet them. "As you go into 
all the world - make disciples..." There is nothing quite so foolish as boldness without 
adequate resources. There is nothing quite so rewarding as boldness that is God 
inspired and God empowered. 

We have a choice of simply registering the temperature of our times or changing it. 
God help us to be THERMOSTATS! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Charles L. McMillan, Jr. 
Superintendent of Missions 

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MUSIC 

"Make His Praise Glorious" is the aim of every choir in the Mount Zion Association. 
Our music has been of exceptional quality this year, especially the music for Mount 
Zion Associational Meetings. 

Our Regional Choir Festival in February of 1976 at First Baptist Church of Graham, 
was well attended. Other activities included attending the PraiSing at Ovens 
Auditorium in Charlotte, North Carolina Baptist Church Music Conference, 
participation in the Music Clinic sponsored by Singspiration, Inc. and attendance at 
the Church Music Methods Clinic at Durham. 

My deepest appreciation goes to each young person who participated in "Living 
Witnesses" this summer. 

It is a pleasure to work and fellowship with the people of God in the area of church 
music. Thank you for your support and co-operation during the years I've served as 
Music Director for the Mount Zion Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Margaret Cantrell, Director 
Associational Music 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Executive Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association met at its regular 
quarterly meeting, January 12, 1976. Reports were given by the officers and 
committees. The finance committee noted that $3000 of a $6000 loan had been repaid 
to Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church, and the request was made to extend the loan of 
the remaining $3000 until June 30, 1976. This was approved. It was also voted to 
borrow $1500 for operating expenses from the First Union National Bank of Graham 
for a period of 90 days. 

On April 12th, the Executive Committee met and recommended that Rev. Ralph 
Jones serve as Mt. Zion's representative on the General Board of the State 
Convention. Three alternates were also named in accordance with the request of the 
convention's nominating committee. They were; Charles Lemley, Johnny P. Greene, 
and Freeman Cooper. 

The finance committee reported that $500 of the $1500 operational loan had been 
repaid. It was voted to renew the remaining $1000 for a period of 90 days. 

Meeting at the Chapel of the First Baptist Church of Graham on July 12th, the 
Executive Committee approved the mission committee's recommendation to submit 
applications for pastoral aid to the Baptist State Convention for Oak Grove, Holly Hill, 
North Graham, and Glencoe churches. 

The finance committee asked for approval to renew the $1000 loan at First Union 
National Bank for an additional 90 days, and to borrow $1500 more for operational 
expenses as needed. The committee also recommended the changing of the financial 
year from October through September to January through December. After discussion 
this was passed and the constitution committee was asked to make appropriate 
recommendations of constitutional changes. 

At the final meeting, October 11th, the finance committee noted that the final $3000 
of the renovation loan on the Emergency Home had been paid June 30, and that it had 
not been necessary to borrow the additional $1500 approved in the July meeting. 
Permission was requested to borrow $1000 to renew the note at First Union National 
Bank if this is needed when the note comes due at the end of November. This 
was approved. A copy of the budget was presented and adopted. 

The missions committee presented requests for pastoral aid from Colonial Hills and 
Fellowship churches. The executive committee approved the action of submitting the 
requests to the state convention. 



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Information was given concerning the up-coming annual meeting and reports of the 
organizations and committees were also presented. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Freeman Cooper, Clerk 
Gerald Dickerson, Moderator 

HISTORY 
HISTORY OF COLONIAL HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 

People are variously affected by the sight of crowds. In a day of violence such as that 
through which our nation has just passed, unusual gatherings arouse suspicion so that 
protective forces are called into play. The ordinary "in the street" crowd may simply 
excite curiosity. But for Jesus, the sight of crowds aroused compassion. Matthew, for 
example, gives us this report: "But when He saw the multitudes. He was moved with 
compassion for them, because they were distressed and scattered, as sheep not 
having a shepherd." (Matthew 9:36) The fact is that so long as danger stalked the path 
of just one, Jesus revealed His shepherd heart. 

So, when the people of the Fairview Baptist Church of Hillsborough, N.C., really 
saw the population of the Colonial Hills section of that same area, they were "moved 
with compassion." Besides the lurking dangers of static indifference and unbelief, 
exploiters of emotion and spirit were, as usual, posing as possible threats. The people 
of Colonial Hills needing shepherding and a dream began to form in the heart of the 
Fairview Baptist Church. In 1971, the church took action and voted to begin the 
construction of a building, which was completed in 1973. On Easter Sunday morning of 
that year, April 22, 1973, the first service in the new structure was held. 

It was not until July, however, that the Colonial Hills Baptist Mission was officially 
opened. July 15-22, 1973, was revival time there with the services being led by 
members of the mother church along with a team of students then at work in the Mt. 
Zion Baptist Association. During this week, about two dozen people united with the 
Colonial Hills Mission as charter members. The Reverend Mr. Bill Farrar preached the 
closing message in that series of meetings, July 22, 1973, and was called to serve as 
Interim pastor. Mr. Farrar resigned in October to resume his academic studies. It was 
later in that same month that the Reverend Mr. Monty Fox was called as Interim 
pastor of the Mission, serving only briefly before answering the call to become full 
time pastor. 

From its beginning, the Colonial Hills Baptist Church has maintained three worship 
services and Sunday School each week. It has had an active Baptist Women's 
organization and an active youth program as well as Vacation Bible School each year. 

Pastor Monty Fox recently wrote: "The Colonial Hills Baptist Mission was begun for 
the purpose of Christian worship and preaching, Christian education. Christian 
witness and Christian ministry to the people of Colonial Hills section of Hillsborough, 
North Carolina. Today, July 25, 1976, at three o'clock in the afternoon, we resolved 
that Colonial Hills Baptist Mission be constituted into the Colonial Hills Baptist 
Church for the purpose of continuing to meet these objectives for which it was 
established." 

Respectfully submitted, 
J.H. Waugh, Jr., Historian 
Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

The work of the Missions Committee this year has been interesting and varied. We 
are pleased to report that the final $3000.00 on the renovation of the Emergency Home 
was paid June 30. We have a little more than two years remaining of the present 

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five-year lease with options to renew, but we now have strong support from the 
Children's Homes for a permanent facility and we need to give our attention to finding 
a new and more adequate site and constructing a permanent facility. We are deeply 
grateful to Donna Lail, Director; Don and Gwen Phillips, Houseparents; and Janice 
Baldwin, cook and housekeeper; for their work at the home. 

Travis Styles, our Youth and Family Director, moved to Raleigh to assume another 
pastorate during the year and he has not yet been replaced. We will make 
recommendations concerning this work later in the report. 

Becky Brooks, a student at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Ky., was employed this 
past summer on a grant from the Metropolitan Missions Department of the State 
Convention, to help us study some of our churches in changing areas. A portion of this 
study will be shared in our verbal report. One of the major accomplishments of this 
study was the development of a survey instrument that each church can use in an 
effective self- study. 

Your Missions Committee spent one Saturday touring the Association and taking 
note of mission needs and opportunities. We recommend this as an interesting and 
eye-opening tour for all Mt. Zion Baptists. We visited the New Hope Camp just off 
Highway 86, between Hillsborough and Chapel Hill and were impressed with the 
opportunities for Mt. Zion Baptists to use this facility. 

We have processed pastoral aid applications from Oak Grove, North Graham, 
Glencoe, Holly Hill, Colonial Hills and Fellowship, for the calendar year of 1977. 

Under Mrs. Hudson's guidance, the puppet ministry has been growing very rapidly. 
We now have an Associational team composed of 10 young people and 2 young adults 
from 5 churches. The team averages presenting about one program a week. The 
emphasis still remains to help churches develop their own puppet ministry and 
puppet-making clinics are being held as requested. 

We were able to schedule devotional services each Sunday morning during the 
summer at Sawyer's Family campground near Snow Camp, using various churches. 

Plans have been made for the WORLD MISSION CONFERENCE for November 
6-13, 1977. We now have over 30 churches committed to participate and we hope to 
have 100% by January 1, 1977. We also appreciate the way money has been coming in 
for the WORLD MISSION CONFERENCE. 

The Missions Committee would like to make the following recommendations for the 
1976-77 Associational year: 

I. That the puppet ministry be budgeted and become a regular part of the 
Associational Ministry. 

II. That we begin a comprehensive family-life program for the purpose of 
improving the quality of family life in the Mt. Zion Associational area. The program 
would be under the direction of the new Youth and Family Director. There would be 
three distinct phases. Prevention, Enrichment, and Crisis Intervention. 

PREVENTION: Seek to prevent bad marriages and divorces by providing 
Association-wide programming for young people prior to marriage. This programming 
should offer help in finding and choosing a marriage partner or choosing the single 
life; money and marriage; marriage and personal goals; adjustments in marriage, etc. 

ENRICHMENT: Encourage churches to provide family enrichment studies using 
materials available through the literature service and the Church Training Department 
of the convention. The Association will provide training for age-group leaders for these 
studies. We would also encourage family retreats and more church programming in 
which the family can participate as a family. 

CRISIS INTERVENTION: Provide local training for pastors (in the Associational 
office) in Marriage Counseling and also counseling supervision where desired. Also 
provide referral counseling from a Christian perspective on a limited basis in the 
Associational office. This professional help would be made available through a 
working agreement with the Baptist Hospital Pastoral Counseling Department. It 
would involve a commitment of $2000.00 for the year 1977. 

III. Recommendations concerning Bold Missions: The study of Associational 
churches, completed this past summer, with the help of the Metropolitan Missions 
Dept. of the N.C. Convention, reveals some sobering but helpful data. 

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1) In terms of people programs (Worship services, Sunday School, Church 
training, WMU, and Brotherhood), we are actually reaching just a few more people 
than we were ten years ago. 

2) Graphs made of each church's progress (or lack of it), in these people 
programs, indicates a very close relationship of each program to the total Sunday 
School enrollment. 

3) An Axiom emerges: The simplest (and perhaps the best) approach to enlarging 
the outreach of all our people programs is to enlarge the Sunday School enrollment. 

4) We would therefore join with the Sunday School Department in encouraging 
each church to consider carefully the possiblity of using the ACTION SUNDAY 
SCHOOL program next year. An even better alternative might be to have an 
Associational-wide ACTION program in the late spring or early summer. 

IV. We recommend that the Association engage in earnest prayer concerning 
these pressing needs: 

1) For our WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE November 6-13, 1977. 

2) Additional Part-time secretarial help at the Associational office. 

3) Enlarging the Associational office to provide office space for the Director of the 
Emergency Home and a part-time Counselor from Baptist Hospital. 

4) Provision of Retreat-Camping facilities or opportunities for Associational 
needs. 

5) Provision of a permanent Emergency Home Facility in a more adequate and 
appealing location. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Johnny P. Greene, Chairman 
Associational Missions Committee 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

For any program to be a success, planning must be done and it seems that the 
greater the planning, the greater the success. 

Recently, a "Paster-Director" workshop was held at the First Baptist Church in 
Mebane. This was an effort to help the Pastors and Sunday School Directors "plan for 
results." Thirty eight people attended this workshop with twenty-two churches 
represented. Surely this will help us meet our commitment to the Lord's ministry. 

There will be another of these workshops held on August 15, 1977. I would like to 
urge all Pastors and Directors to take advantage of this session in order to help plan 
their future work. 

Now, let us think of our responsibility of reaching people. Every church should be 
deeply concerned about this. The question arises then, what can we do about it? 

One plan has recently been offered by the Convention that has the promise of being 
the most outstanding "tool" we have ever used. That is the "ACTION" plan. It was 
originated by E.S. Anderson when he was pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Fort 
Myers, Florida. In two and one-half years, the Sunday School grew from 1000 to 4000. 
The attendance increased accordingly. The "ACTION" plan has since produced 
results that were nothing short of miraculous at many other churches. 

The "ACTION" program is now available to all our churches. If your church needs 
to consider some type of outreach program, it would be well to consider the 
"ACTION" program first. 

There is a need in all our churches for teacher training. There will be a 
"Teaching-Learning" activity at the First Baptist Church of Graham, November 1 and 
2 for the Preschool and Children's workers in Sunday School. In February, there will 
be a similar training opportunity for Youth and Adult Sunday School workers. These 
will be of special value to the churches planning to use the "ACTION" program. 



Respectfully submitted, 

James Taylor, Sunday School Director 

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CHURCH TRAINING REPORT 

Have you heard about the big 100,000 Campaign? It's a major thrust to enroll 
100,000 new members in Church Training from January through April, 1977. The 
100,000 Campaign has two purposes, to involve more of our church members in 
Christian growth through Church Training and to honor Dr. Philip Harris upon his 
retirement as Secretary of the Church Training Department in Nashville. 

Two brochures are available from the State Church Training Department to explain 
the Campaign. Free materials include streamers, Bible bookmarkers, special 
enrollment forms and summary sheets. 

This next year is the time for us to turn the tide for Church Training. There has been 
a growth in the adult area for the last two years. Let's make 1976-77 a landmark year in 
Church Training. We can do it through prayer, dedication and hard work. 

BROTHERHOOD 

The 1975-1976 year has been an eventful one in Mount Zion. We have made some 
progress. It was possible for the Association to have six training sessions during this 
year. The participation was good but many churches did not have representation at 
these sessions. We are praying that 1976-1977 will be much better for our men and 
boys' work. We are challenging our forty churches to enlist at least 600 boys and 600 
men. This is a minimum challenge. Every church should have at least a Brotherhood 
Director. 

"Every man and boy is either a missionary or mission field." All that it requires for 
evil to succeed is that good men and boys (Christian men and boys) do nothing! 

There is spiritual renewal in the pew. This renewal has brought about an awareness 
to men and boys of their responsiblity in ministry and witness-missions. It is not the 
State Convention's mission, nor the Southern Baptist Convention's, nor your church's, 
nor yours, it is God's mission. When we give as little as a cup of cold water in His 
name, then we become involved in His mission and that is missions. This is the work of 
THE ASSOCIATIONAL BROTHERHOOD. 

We deeply appreciate all you do. We need your continued prayers and support. 

Respectfully submitted, 
H.G. Foster, Director 
Associational Brotherhood 

TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

The Time, Place and Preacher Committee recommends that the 108th Annual 
Meeting of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association be held on Tuesday, October 18, and 
Wednesday, October 19, 1977. 

The Committee recommends that the Tuesday morning session be held at the West 
Hill Baptist Church in Hillsborough, the Tuesday evening session at the City Lake 
Baptist Church, Burlington, and the Wednesday morning session at the First Baptist 
Church of Elon at Elon College. 

The committee further recommends that the Annual Sermon be brought by Elmer 
Joyner with W.T. Cockman as alternate, and that Earl Epperson bring the doctrinal 
sermon with Roger Aycock serving as alternate. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W.T. Cockman, Chairman 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee 



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ORDINATIONS 

The Ordinations Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association was not asked to 
examine any candidates for ordination during the year 1975-76. 

Respectfully submitted, 
M. Christopher White 
Chairman, Ordinations Committee 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

1975-76 

Woman's Missionary Union has emphasized "Training in Mission Education" this 
year and highlighted one age level. Baptist Young Women. The tasks of WMU have 
been expanded to add two new concepts. Our first task is still to Teach Missions but 
the concept of spiritual growth or development has been added to the Teach Missions 
task. Direct evangelism has been added to Task 2 making it now read : Engage in 
Mission Action and Direct Evangelism. 

Our Baptist women formed an associational organization this year for the very first 
time with the following composing their first Council: 
Mrs. H.D. Booth, BW Director 
Mrs. Frank Kelly, Asst. BW Director 
Mrs. Thomas G. Long, Secretary 

At our BW Prayer Retreat on October 25, 1975 Mrs. Gilmer Cross, our state WMU 
President, led the Bible Study and Vickie Estes led prayer periods, with 17 churches 
participating. The mission book, "Tomorrow Starts Today" was taught by Mrs. Booth 
and Mrs. Kelly during February at three churches with ten churches joining in the 
study. 

Baptist Young Women heard Lee Keck, our Journeyman from Japan, and Dr. 
Charles Petty, Director of Christian Life and Public Affairs of the Baptist State 
Convention during the year. We are proud to welcome a new organization this year at 
Cane Creek with Jenny Bryant as their first president. Sharon Frizzell, BYW Director, 
is presently serving on the state level as an approved worker for this age-level. 

Our Acteens held a PraiSing in October with Vickie Estes, our Journeyman from 
Hong Kong, sharing her experiences. They were challenged at their February banquet 
as Miss Jolene Ivey, state Acteens Director, brought a message on "Let Christ's 
Freedom Ring". 

Our G.A.'s held a sleep-in again this summer at Burlington First. There was fun, 
games, a fashion show, movie, puppets and a missionary emphasis led by our own 
Superintendent of Missions, Rev. Charles L. McMillan. 

Miss Pat Ritchie, state MISSION FRIENDS' Director, led a workshop in our 
Association during May. An activity led by Mrs. Guy Cain, MF Director, was held 
during the BYW banquet in January. 

Mrs. C.F. Clark, wife of a medical missionary to Japan, spoke at our annual meeting 
in March along with Lee Keck, Journeyman. Our Association has been blessed this 
year by Vickie Estes and Lee Keck as they have moved about speaking to many groups 
in our churches. Our association has been represented at all state and southwide 
conventions with 32 women from 11 churches attending our southwide conference at 
Ridgecrest in August. Two young ladies, Deborah Duncan and Betty Ann Mincey from 
Northside, served again this summer on the staff at Mundo Vista. Betty Ann tied with 
another young lady for "Staffer of the Year". 

We recommend the following organizations for their achievements during the year 
1974-75: 

Distinguished Advanced Merit 

Hillsborough First (4) Burlington First Fairview 

Mebane First (8) Glen Hope Graham First 

Grove Park Kinnett Memorial 

Hocutt Memorial Moore's Chapel 

Northside Swepsonville 

West Hill 



Our Age-Level manuals have been rewritten and materials updated for this year. 
They have been taught on the state level by state personnel and in our association by 
our Age-level Directors. Never before have we been so equipped with the know-how to 
do God's work through WMU as we are today. I challenge WMU leaders and 
members, let us take renewed energy and move out in the new year resolved to serve 
Christ wherever we are, dedicating the talents we have to serve Him through 
Woman's Missionary Union. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. R. Dan Smith, Director 
Associational W.M.U. 

Seventieth Annual Session 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

THEME: 
"FREEDOM IN CHRIST" 

First Baptist Church 

Burlington, N.C. 

March 23, 1976 

Mrs. R. Dan Smith, Presiding 

AFTERNOON SESSION 
5:00 P.M. 

Organ Prelude 

Invocation Dr. Dale Steele 

Hymn: "Ye Christian Heralds" No. 459 

Theme Interpretation Mrs. Winfred Overman 

Call to Prayer "Who Will Proclaim Christ's Freedom? Mrs. Larry Knowles 

Welcome Mrs. Harold Bobo 

Business 

Recognitions 

Place Committee Mrs. J.C. Duncan 

Election of Officers Mrs. R.H. Cheek-Ch., Nominating 

Hymn: "Battle Hymn of the Republic" No. 488 

"Where are Future Laborers Who Will Proclaim Christ's Freedom? 

Mission Friends Mrs. Guy Cain 

Girls In Action Mrs. Earl Harden 

Acteens - Miss Beverly Alford 

Baptist Young Women ^ Mrs. Mark Frizzell 

Baptist Women " Mrs. H.D. Booth 

Associational Missions Rev. Charles McMillan 

Meditation "Something Beautiful" 

Prayer Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr. 

SUPPER 
Served by Group #3, Mrs. E.L. Sims, Jr., Chairman 



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EVENING SESSION 
7:30 P.M. 

Prelude Handbells, Burlington, First 

Hymn Sing 

Flag Presentation 

"How Shall They Proclaim Christ's Freedom?" Miss Lee Keck, Journeyman 

Hymn: "My Country Tis of Thee" No. 487 

Offering 

Dedicatory Prayer Miss Rebecca Crawford 

Recognition of new Pastors and Wives Rev. & Mrs. Charles McMillan 

Special Music Trio, City Lake 

Message from Japan Mrs. C.F. Clark, Jr. 

Benediction Rev. Larry Thompson 

Directing the Music Miss Margaret Cantrell 

Organists Mrs. Thomas B. Vines & Mrs. Melvin Holt 

WOMANS MISSIONARY UNION 
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

1975-76 

Balance Brought Forward $697.14 

Receipts: 

Promotional Fund (32 Churches Contributing) $569.90 

Offering Annual Meeting (March 1975) 137.73 

Offering Leadership Conf. (September 1975) 86.73 

Refund Acteen Workshop 1 0.00 

Total Receipts 
Grand Total 
Total Disbursements 
Balance in Bank 3/1/76 

Disbursements: 
Baptist Women: 

Prayer Retreat - Supplies 

Prayer Retreat - Speakers - Vickie Estes 
Mrs. Gilmer Cross 
Baptist Young Women: 

Supplies 
Acteens: 

Officers' Workshop - Mundo Vista 

Speaker - Vickie Estes 

Supplies and Crafts 
Girls-In-Action: 

Sleep-In 

Speaker, Lee Keck 
WMU Annual Meeting: 

Speaker, Mrs, George Cowsert, Brazil 

Paper Goods, etc. 
WMU Workshop - Mundo Vista: 

Ten Officers 

Mileage - Two Cars 
WMU Director - State Convention expense: 
Directors of all Age-Levels - Ridgecrest: 

Baptist Young Women - Sharon Frizzell 

Mission Friends - Rachel Cain 

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804.36 

1,501:50 

630.91 

$870.59 


5.15 


35.00 


9.50 


60.00 
15.00 
71.16 


50.00 
15.00 


35.00 

51.87 


100.00 
19.88 
21.00 


25.00 
25.00 



Printing, Telephone and Postage: 23.00 

S.S. Board - Age Level Supplies: 27.68 

Miscellaneous: 

Memorials 14.68 

Supt. of Missions Anniversary 13.00 

Supplies - Secretary and Treasurer _ 13.99 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $636.91 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

WHEREAS, this 107th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association has 
been graciously and warmly received by the Eastlawn Baptist Church, the Holly Hill 
Baptist Church, and the Cross Roads Baptist Church: 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION 

(1) to these host churches and their pastors for their hospitality and the use of their 
facilities; 

(2) to our Moderator, Gerald Dickerson, and the other Associational officers for 
providing leadership throughout the session; 

(3) to the various committees, speakers, and choirs for a most informative and 
inspiring meeting; 

(4) to our Director of Missions, Charles McMillan, for his capable and dedicated 
leadership in the work of this Association; 

(5) and to Mrs. Reu Hudson, Associational Secretary, for her fine cooperation and 
assistance in the work of the Churches. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Rev. Larry Knowles, Chairman 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Constitution Committee recommends the following changes in the Associational 
Constitution: 

1. To provide for an additional Associational officer, *Youth Coordinator. 
ARTICLE VI SECTION 1, to read: The officers of the Association shall be 

Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, 
Associational Sunday School Director, Associational Director of Training and 
Ministries, Associational Brotherhood Director and * Youth Coordinator. 

2. To change the description of the Associational Council to include the *Youth 
Coordinator. 

ARTICLE IX SECTION 1, to read: The membership of the Council shall be 
composed of the Sunday School Director, Training and Ministries Director, Woman's 
Missionary Union Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Ministry Director, *Youth 
Coordinator and the Superintendent of Missions. 

3. To change the date of the fiscal or financial year. 

BY-LAW II, to read: The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close 
September 30, with the exception of the fiscal or financial which shall begin January 1 
and close December 31. 

4. To delete the Committee on Service Ministries. 
BY-LAW V SECTION 15 (Delete) 

5. To bring By-Law V Section 16 into numerical sequence 
BY-LAW SECTION 16, to read: Section 15 

6. To change the duties of the Nominations Committee 

BY-LAW V SECTION 7: Delete the clause, "and the persons to bring reports to 
the annual meeting of the Association." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Joe Hicks, Acting Chairman 
Constitution Committee 



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EVANGELISM REPORT 

All churches have received the booklet: GROWTH EVANGELISM: AN 
EVANGELISM PLANNING CALENDAR FOR PASTORS OF CHURCHES - 1976-77. It 
contains suggestions for various evangelism emphases for the local church for the 
coming new year including C. A.R.E. Revivals for 1977. The pastor and leaders of each 
church are encouraged to outline definite evangelism plans with adults and youth 
during 1976-77. 

Major emphases in the association will be given to revivals, local church WIN 
schools, and Lay Renewal evangelism. A new program of youth evangelism will be 
promoted and is described below. 

YOUTH EVANGELISM STRATEGY 

1. LEADERSHIP FAMILY. The Youth Evangelism Strategy builds around the 
Leadership Training. There are adults from various age-level organizations in the local 
church who work with the high school young people. They are responsible for the lives 
of these teenagers. They are the model of love that young people need to see. This love 
is generated by the power of Christ. It flows into the leadership and then out to change 
the lives of the high school kids. 

The leaders meet weekly for planning, training, fellowship, Bible study, and 
prayer. They are bound together by their common love for Jesus Christ and high 
school youth. 

2. TOUCH MINISTRY. Touch Ministry is a visitation program of the adult leaders 
on the high school campus, or wherever kids are! The purpose of the Touch Ministry is 
outreach-to put youth leaders in touch with high school young people. In order to do 
that, youth leaders must go consistently where high school kids are! Since kids spend 
the majority of their time at the high school, that is where youth leaders are committed 
to be. 

The ministry of visitation takes many forms: (1) Sharing with the principal about the 
Strategy; (2) Meeting all types of kids... in parking lots, at lunch, in the gym, at ball 
games, etc; then, after trust is built, sharing Christ. 

3. DISCIPLING MINISTRY. The Leadership Family brings committed high school 
students into a discipling group for a period of twelve (12) weeks. This is an 
evangelism training project which helps youth to grow toward maturity in Christ. Each 
family consists of one leader and three to twelve young people. 

4. SHARING MINISTRY. This is an evangelistic rally called Joy Explosion, to reap 
the results of the work of the Touch Ministry and the Discipling Ministry. 
Non-Christian young people are invited to a "Joy Explosion" in someone's home, 
where the claims of Christ are shared with them. Joy Explosion may take the form of a 
retreat, youth revival, youth explosion, or any other evangelism emphasis. 

STEWARDSHIP REPORT 

The faithful stewardship of individual Christians and the missionary vision of our 
churches, expressed through their support of the Cooperative Program enables 
Southern Baptists to maintain a growing World Missions Program. The stewardship 
theme for this year is "Bold Believers in Giving." Through the Cooperative Program, 
we demonstrate our mission commitment. 

For the Christian, commitment to the task that Jesus set forth involves a total way of 
life. This may be referred to as the Christian life style. 

For the church, commitment to the bold mission task calls for a specific life style. 
Churches are stewards, too. The church must demonstrate a commitment to the 
mission task in the use of all possessions if it is to be true to the command of Jesus. 
Every church is challenged to increase annually the percentage of its income given 
through the Cooperative Program. Churches should consider prayerfully the 15 per- 
centage increase suggested by the state convention for Cooperative Program. 

In 1975, the churches of our association gave $171,258.00 through the Cooperative 
Program and $38,149.50 for associational missions in 1976. A study made this summer 
shows the percentage of the total church receipts given in 1965, 1975, and 1976. 

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We encourage churches to give on a percentage basis to Associational Missions. 
This is a bibhcal pattern that allows the church to give as God prospers and takes the 
pressure off when the economy is bad. 

We would like each church to give .03% of its receipts to Associational Missions. 
The average % of the gifts to Associational Missions this year was .016%. 

Percentage of gifts to Associational Missions 
Church % in 1965 % in 1975 % in 1976 Church % in 1965 % in 1975 % in 1976 



Alamance 


.002 


.006 


.009 


Haw River 


.013 


.009 


.016 


Altamahaw 


.011 


.008 


.014 


Hillsborough 


.008 


.017 


.014 


Antioch 


.008 


.008 


.009 


Hocutt 


.013 


.016 


.019 


Bethel 


.027 


.004 


.004 


Holly Hill 





.014 


.01 


Brookwood 


.005 


.016 


.035 


Kinnett 


.008 


.048 


.057 


Burlington F. 


.011 


.014 


.015 


Mars Hill 


.009 


.017 


.014 


Calvary 


.012 


.005 


.003 


McDuffie 


.01 


.027 


.026 


Cane Creek 


.022 


.016 


.014 


Mebane First 


.017 


.011 


.013 


City Lake 


.009 


.03 


.038 


Moore's Ch. 


.014 


.014 


.012 


Cross Roads 


.01 


.015 


.02 


Mt. Adar 


.016 


.006 


.013 


Eastlawn 


.019 


.019 


.01 


Mt. Zion 





.012 


.015 


Edgewood 


.003 


018 


.014 


New Hope 


.004 


.002 


.002 


Elon 


.007 


.009 


.005 


North Graham 





.028 


.008 


Fairview 


.017 


.019 


.01 


Northside 


.006 


.039 


.035 


Fellowship 


.006 


.02 


.014 


Oak Grove 


.02 


.03 


.014 


Glencoe 


.017 


.03 


.071 


Ossipee 


.016 


.03 


.038 


Glen Hope 


.009 


.027 


.018 


Riverside 


.004 


.007 


.008 


Glen Raven 





.007 


.007 


Swepsonville 


.022 


.016 


.019 


Graham First 


.011 


.013 


.016 


West Hill 


.019 


.003 


.006 


Grove Park 


.008 


.013 


.015 











On the basis of the 1975-76 gifts $2,257,221.00, If each church gave 3 cents of each 
.offering plate dollar, the Association would have total receipts in excess of $67,500.00 



DIGEST OF LETTERS 1975-76 







Total 


Members 






Total 






] 


Member 


Per 


Total 


Gifts Per 


Mission % Gifts To 


Baptisms 


ship 


Baptism 


Gifts 


Member 


Gifts 


Missions 


Alamance, First 


5 


270 


54 


$ 30,382 


$ 113 


$ 5,150 


17 


Altamahaw 


13 


570 


44 


78,231 


137 


6,443 


8 


Antioch 





389 




46,042 


118 


1,942 


4 


Bethel 





211 




18,425 


87 


1,527 


8 


Brookwood 


3 


161 


54 


27,090 


168 


2,139 


8 


Burlington, First 


11 


1,555 


141 


251,042 


161 


75,732 


30 


Calvary 


25 


724 


29 


81,933 


113 


6,695 


8 


Cane Creek 


5 


236 


47 


38,244 


162 


8,158 


21 


City Lake 


6 


193 


32 


31,099 


161 


3,479 


11 


Colonial Hills 


3 


54 


18 


16,478 


305 


2,053 


12 


Cross Roads 


6 


233 


39 


20,092 


86 


2,782 


14 


Eastlawn 


10 


420 


42 


67,943 


162 


5,168 


8 


Edgewood 


7 


181 


26 


21,100 


117 


2,314 


11 


Elon College, First 


1 


319 


319 


39,858 


125 


933 


2 


Fairview 


3 


225 


75 


33,236 


148 


1,836 


6 


Fellowship 


3 


208 


69 


26,987 


130 


3,009 


11 


Glen Hope 


10 


945 


95 


147,492 


156 


32,766 


22 


Glen Raven 


19 


151 


8 


34,233 


227 


1,366 


4 


Glencoe 





219 




19,492 


89 


2,599 


13 



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Graham, First 
Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 
Kinnett Memorial 
Mars Hill 
McDuffie Mem. 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 
Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 
Oak Grove 
Ossipee 
Riverside 
Swepsonville 
West Hill 
TOTALS 



23 


1,198 


52 


192,507 


161 


29,757 


15 


9 


976 


108 


163,471 


167 


34,831 


21 


21 


490 


23 


55,363 


113 


7,939 


14 


4 


437 


109 


76,121 


174 


13,614 


18 


3 


670 


223 


87,130 


130 


26,380 


30 


6 


193 


32 


86,151 


446 


4,569 


5 


7 


525 


75 


56,769 


108 


16,639 


29 


2 


255 


128 


40,980 


161 


4,016 


10 


5 


112 


22 


16,026 


143 


2,054 


13 


12 


637 


53 


96,179 


151 


18,755 


20 


2 


267 


134 


24,018 


90 


2,311 


10 


4 


93 


23 


18,903 


203 


2,012 


11 


11 


262 


24 


29,219 


112 


6,010 


21 


2 


177 


89 


47,116 


266 


7,621 


16 





39 




7,984 


205 


411 


5 


4 


410 


103 


58,330 


142 


11,918 


20 


4 


174 


44 


14,224 


82 


1,732 


12 


1 


236 


236 


30,062 


127 


4,785 


16 


13 


406 


31 


58,617 


144 


11,986 


20 


4 


405 


101 


50,425 


125 


5,873 


12 


7 


208 


^30 


26.855 


129 


1,185 


4 


274 


15,434 


56 


$2,265,849 


T47 


$380,489 


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Total Baptisms 274 (last year 476) 

Total Membership 15,434 (last year 15,423) 

In Association it took 56 members to baptize one (last year 32) 

Total Gifts $2,265,849 (last year $2,104,440) 

Average Gifts Per Member $147 (last year $136) 

Average Gifts to Missions was 17% of Total Gifts (last year 17%) 

MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1976-77 



ITEM 

I. Education and Promotion, Sunday School, WMU 
Ch. Training, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Audio Visuals, Mission Promotion 

II. Associational 

1 . Office Operation 
la. purchases for churches 

2. Office Payments 

3. Office Utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10. Insurance and Maintenance 

11. Annual Session 

12. Emergency Home Operation 



III. Salaries and Allowances 

1. Supt. of Missions 

2. Car Allowance and Utilities 



75-76 Budget 


Proposed 


J, 


76-77 Budget 


$1,800.00 


$ 2,500.00 


2,000.00 


1,200.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


775.00 


900.00 


900.00 


1,100.00 


750.00 


900.00 


200.00 


300.00 


400.00 


400.00 


150.00 


150.00 


30.00 


30.00 


500.00 


500.00 


250.00 


250.00 




1,800.00 


8,955.00 


10,530.00 


9,400.00 


10,000.00 


4,200.00 


4,600.00 



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3. Medical Insurance 675.00 850.00 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 300.00 400.00 

5. Secretary-Associate 6,880.00 7,200.00 

6. Car Allowance 940.00 1,000.00 

7. Insurance 300.00 375.00 

8. Janitor 700.00 775.00 

9. Treasurer's Salary 300.00 300.00 

10. Treasurer's Car Allowance 50.00 50.00 

11. Clerk's Salary 300.00 300.00 

12. Clerk's Car Allowance 50.00 50.00 

13. Historian 25.00 25.00 

14. Annuity (Supt. & Sec.) 800.00 1,600.00 

15. Social Security 1,000.00 1,100.00 

16. Love Gifts and flowers 200.00 200.00 

26,120.00 28,825.00 

IV. Associational Ministries, Youth and Family 
Service, Family Life Program, Emergency Care, 

Summer Ministries, World Mission Conference 4,900.00 6,000.00 

V. Debt Retirement ____ l^QQQ-QQ 

Total 41,775.00 48^:855.00 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS 
Year Ending September 30, 1976 



I. Education, Promotion, SS, WMU, 
Church Training, Brotherhood, Music, 
Evangelism, Audio- Visuals, Missions 

II. Associational Office 

I . Office Operation 

a. Purchases for churches 

2. Payments on Office 

3. Office utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10. Insurance and Maintenance 

II. Annual Session 

III. Salaries and Allowances 

1. Supt. of Missions 

2. Car Allowance and utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary-Associate 

6. Car Allowance 
7. Insurance 

8. Janitor 

9. Treasurer's Salary 

10. Treasurer's Car Allowance 



75-76 Budget 


Expenditures 


$1,800.00 


$1,430.29 


2,000.00 


462.52 




1,720.48 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


775.00 


611.10 


900.00 


976.64 


750.00 


721.26 


200.00 


160.05 


400.00 


10.00 


150.00 


635.40 


30.00 


-0- 


500.00 


265.01 


250.00 


23.97 


9,400.00 


9,400.08 


4,200.00 


4,200.00 


675.00 


661.56 


300.00 


300.00 


6,880.00 


6,880.08 


940.00 


940.08 


300.00 


332.89 


700.00 


700.08 


300.00 


300.00 


50.00 


50.00 



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11. Clerk's Salary 

12. Clerk's Car Allowance 

13. Historian 

14. Annuity (Supt. and Seer) 

15. Social Security 

16. Love Gifts and Flowers 

IV. Associational Ministries 

1. Outreach Ministries 

2. Youth and Family Services 

3. Emergency Care Home 

4. Summer Youth Ministries 

V. Debt Retirement 

1. First Union National Bank 

VI. Designated Expenditures 
Fire Loss Expenditures 

Annual Totals 



$41 



300.00 


300.00 


50.00 


50.00 


25.00 


25.00 


800.00 


800.16 


1,000.00 


993.31 


200.00 


171.80 


1,000.00 


-0- 


900.00 


600.00 


2,500.00 


2,453.96 


500.00 


121.00 




590.66 




8,074.77 




5,883.29 


ITrfsM 


$53,845.44 



MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

RECORD OF RECEIPTS 

Ending 9-30-76 



Misc. Cash Receipts 



$145.05 



Alamance 

Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 

Burlington, First 

Calvary 

Cane Creek 

City Lake 

Cross Roads 

Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon, First 

Fairview 

Fellowship 

Glencoe 

Glen Hope 

Glen Raven 

Graham, First 

Grove Park 

Haw River 

Hillsborough, First 

Hocutt 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett 

Mars Hill 

Mebane First 

McDuffie Memorial 

Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount Zion 

New Hope 



200.00 

1,170.00 

457.00 

100.00 

735.24 

3,500.00 

287.58 

550.00 

1,200.00 

352.00 

778.02 

300.00 

201.70 

366.69 

446.94 

1,347.80 

2,750.00 

-0- 

2,149.00 

2,500.08 

866.72 

1,100.00 

1,635.00 

566.00 

3,108.23 

600.00 

1,172.53 

420.00 

295.00 

200.00 

366.75 

120.00 



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North Graham 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Ossippee 

Riverside 

Swepsonville 

West Hill 

Reimbursement for supplies 
N.C. Baptist State Convention 
Designated Gifts, including Shelter Care 
Designated for Minutes 
Misc. Desginated Gifts 
Insurance for fire loss, and other refunds 
TOTAL ANNUAL RECEIPTS 

SUMMATION: 

Beginning Balances: 

Bank 

P. Cash 
Receipts 
Available 
Disbursed 
Ending 

Bank 
Cash 



68.69 

1,968.40 

200.00 

1,073.70 

439.13 

775.37 

45.00 

1,575.43 
1,766.00 

4,648.71 

778.00 

2,722.55 

6,508.88 

$52,557.19 



4,047.86 

2.33 

$52,557.19 

56,607.38 

.53^845.44 

$2,76T.'94 

2,687.62 

74.32 

2,761.94 



ANNUAL BALANCE SHEET 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1976 



CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash in bank and transit 
Merchandise Inventory 

FIXED ASSETS 

House and Lot--710 Sycamore Dr. 

Office bldg & Lot-307 W. Harden 
Duplicating Equipment 

Audio Visual Equipment 

Other Office Equipment 
Office Furniture 

Total Assets 



$2,687.62 

$146.2 

$2,833.82 

$35,000.00 

$45,000.00 

2,109.50 

1,616.50 

185.00 

540.00 

84,451.00 

87.284.82 



CURRENT LIABILITIES 
Loan to First Union Bank 

FIXED LIABILITIES 
Office Debt 

Total Liabilities 

NET WORTH 



$1,000. 00 

9.698.45 
10,698.45 

$76,586.37 



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Paul Hoyle 

111 Huffman Mill Road 
Burlington, N.C. 27215 
October 22, 1976 

Executive Committee 

Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

Graham, N.C. 27253 

Gentlemen: 

I have completed my examination of the books of record for the Mt. Zion Baptisi 
Association for the period ending September 30, 1976. 

Our review was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. 
Tests of the accounting records as deemed appropriate were made. 

It is my opinion that the accompanying statements of Receipts and Disbursements 
represent the financial condition of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association for the then 
referenced period. 

Respectfully Submitted; 

Paul Hoyle-Licensed Accountant 



DISTRIBUTION OF MINUTES 



CHURCH 

Alamance, First 

Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 

Burlington, First 

Calvary 

Cane Creek 

City Lake 

Colonial Hills 

Cross Roads 

Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Fairview 

Fellowship 

Glen Hope 

Glen Raven 

Glencoe 

Graham, First 

Grove Park 

Haw River, First 

Hillsborough, First 

Hocutt Memorial 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett Memorial 

Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 

Mebane, First 

Moore's Chapel 

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NO. OF 




MINUTES 


MONEY SENT 


5 ^ 


$10.00 


10 


20.00 


5 


10.00 


1 


2.00 


3 


6.00 


25 


50.00 


10 


20.00 


4 


8.00 


3 


6.00 


2 


4.00 


6 


12.00 


15 


30.00 


2 


4.00 


2 


4.00 


1 


2.00 


5 


10.00 


20 


40.00 


15 


30.00 


10 


20.00 


15 


30.00 


30 


60.00 


3 


6.00 


30 


60.00 


12 


24.00 


20 


40.00 


2 


4.00 


10 


20.00 


20 


40.00 



Mount Adar _^ 20 40.00 

Mount Zion 10 20.00 

New Hope 

North Graham ^ 1 2.00 

Northside ' 5 10.00 

Oak Grove 5 10.00 

Ossipee 10 20.00 

Riverside 

Swepsonville 15 30.00 

West Hill 10 20.00 

TOTAL "362 $724.00 



Members of our Churches in our Association who have gone to their heavenly 
reward since our last session are listed below: 



©urpelobeb ©eab 

Alamanace, First-Mr. Bobby Hilton 
Altamahaw--Mrs. Ola Davis, Mr. Dean Gerringer 

Bethel-Mrs. Edna Abernathy, Mrs. Minnie Lloyd, Mrs. May Cheek, Mr. Dee 
durham, Mrs. Swannie Durham 
Burlington, First-Mr. C.W. Moss, Mr. Earl Davis, Mr. Clyde Morrow, Mr. Homer 

Hogan, Miss Annie Edwards, Mr. Sam Ross, Sr., Deacon, Mrs. C. Monroe 

Andrews, Mrs. M.L. Lindley, Mr. Jack Jones 
Calvary-Rev. Luther A. Nail (Founding Pastor), Mrs. Nan Robertson 
Cane Creek-Mrs. Agnes S. McFarling, Mrs. Gail F. Petterson, Mrs. Dessie H. Wynn, 

Mrs. Nannie L. Suitt 
City Lake-Mr. Maurice Staunton, Mrs. Sallie Ford Ragan 
Edgewood-Mrs. Nellie Oakley 
Elon College, First-Mr. T.W. Mitchell 
Fairview-Mrs. Mary Hackney, Mrs. Grace Rhew 
Glen Hope-Mr. W.L. Prather, Mr. S.M. Small, Mr. Danny Minor, Dr. Calvin Ketner, 

Mrs. Viola Stewart, Mrs. Thelma Beasley. 
Glencoe-Mrs. Katy Burton, Mr. Cloyd Thomas 
Graham, First-Mr. Hal B. Robinson, Jr., Mr. Densel Jeans, Miss Ollie Campbell, Mr. 

Victor L. King, Mrs. India Comer, Mr. Clyde Ward, Sr., Mr. S.C. Burke, Mr. 

Richard T. Perkins 
Grove Park-Mr. Marvin Taylor, Mrs. Annie Flythe, Dr. Alvin Noah, Mr. Lee West 
Haw River, First-Mrs. Beulah Perry, Mrs. Ruth Woods, Mr. Robert Reid, Mrs. Henry 

Blackmon 
Hillsborough, First-Mrs. Erma Dickerson, Barneycastle Hines, Mrs. Nannie Allred, 

Williams Robertson, Mrs. Edith Turner Sharpe, Mrs. Winnie Squires 
Hocutt Memorial-Mr. A.M. Jones, Mrs. Ila West, Mr. J.W. James, Mr. Frank 

Melton, Mr. Clinton H. Hall, Mrs. Nealie Ogletree, Mr. Tyrus Thacker, Mr. Claude 

Northey, Mr. Walter Massey, Mrs. Eddie Davis 
Holly Hill-Mr. Gary Ferryman, Mr. Jewell Hayes, Deacon 
Kinnett Memorial-Mrs. Ellen Barrett, Mrs. May Joyce Perry 
Mars Hill-Mr. Lowell Sessoms, Deacon, Mr. Lone Mincey, Deacon, Mrs. Irene 

Jenkins Stanley. 
McDuffie Memorial-Mr. Clavis Durham 
Mebane, First-Mrs. L.A. Corbett, Mrs. J.S. Fox, Sr., Mr. Everett E. Horner, Sr., Mr. 



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C.W. Ray, Mrs. Walter Rimmer, Mr. Archie H. Walker, Mrs. Paul Williams 
Moore's Chapel--Mr. Butler Allen, Mr. Julian Cheek 
Mount Adar--Mr. A.R. Fraizer, Deacon 
Mount Zion--Mr. Jim Pickett, Mr. John Cox, Deacon, Mr. Rush Lockamy, Mr. Henry 

Patrum, Mr. Boyd Shoffner, Deacon, Mrs. Thelma Smith, Mrs. Roxie Foster 
Northside--Mr. Steve Tillett, Miss Ann Grant , 

Oak Grove-Mrs. R.H. Flynn 

Ossipee--Mr. Herman Somers, Sr., Mrs. Herman Somers, Sr. 
Swepsonville--Mr. Handy Wood, Deacon, Mr. T.E. Frazier, Mrs. Betsy Crutchfield, 

Mr. Vance Coggins, Mr. Frank Steele 
West Hill--Mr. Thomas Brown, Mr. Billy Terry, Mrs. Lillie Duncan, Mrs. Lillian 

Taylor 



HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MT. ZION CHURCHES 

Brief histories of Mt. Zion Churches are recorded in the Minutes of the years as 
herewith listed. The Association Historian suggests that every church in the 
Association have copies of the Associational Minutes bound every ten years and keep 

them in the local church libraries. This will make the Minutes of the years available to 
all the churches, and those bound volumes will grow more valuable with each passing 
year. 

Although our Association has had Historians almost from the date of its organization 
still the clerk was not able to find the history of any church recorded in the Minutes 
until 1921. Just why the sketches of other years were not recorded in the Minutes is 
inexplainable. 

At the 1874 session of the Association it was decided to elect a historian annually. 
The Minutes of 1875 record that "The report of the Historian was adopted and ordered 
to be recorded in the "Books of Records of the Association." No trace of this book 
exists. The historical sketches from 1921 are shown in Minutes as follows: 

1921 Sketch of the Association 

1922 Pleasant Grove Church (now Bells) 

1923 No report recorded 

1924 Graham Church 

1925 Yates Church 

1926 Bethesda Church 

1926 Robertson's Grove Church 

1927 Olive Branch Church 

1928 Burlington, First Church 

1929 Temple Church 

1930 Antioch Church 

1931 Lystra Church 

1932 Berry's Church 

1933 Red Mountain Church 

1934 Angier Avenue Church 

1935 Mount Adar Church 

1936 Ephesus Church 

1937 Haw River Church 

1938 West Durham Church 

1939 Edgemont Church 

1940 Carrboro Church 

1941 Grace Church 

1942 Lake wood Church 

1943 Mebane Church 

1944 No report was presented 

1945 Durham, First Church 

1945 Sketch of the Association, 1870-1902 

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1946 Glencoe Church 

1947 Glen Hope Church 

1948 Mt. Herman Church 

1949 Cross Roads Church 

1950 Sketch of the Association 

1951 Cane Creek Baptist Church 

1952 Mt. Carmel Baptist Church - a 

1953 Mars Hill Baptist Church " 

1954 Hillsborough, First Church and Chapel Hill Baptist Church 

1955 Moore's Chapel Baptist Church 

1956 Antioch Baptist Church 

1957 Grove Park Baptist Church 

1959 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1960 Northside Baptist Church 

1961 Haw River Baptist Church 

1962 West Hill Baptist Church 

1963 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Swepsonville Baptist Church 

1965 Mount Zion Association Sketch 1870-1965 

1966 Riverside Baptist Church 

1967 Oak Grove Baptist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church 

1968 Relocation of Fellowship Baptist Church 

1969 ElonCollege, First Baptist Church 

1970 Alamace, First Baptist Church and City Lake Baptist Church 

1971 Sketch of the Association 

1972 What Did We Do In 72? 

1973 Missions to See In 73. 

1974 Our Baptist Emergency H ne 

1975 What Does Missions Mean? 

1976 Colonial Hills Baptist Church 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

ALTAMAHAW-Burned the note on the Church debt. 

CITY LAKE--Dedicated new Church and Educational building May 2, 1976. 

COLONIAL HILLS-Constituted into a Church July 25, 1976. 

GRAHAM, FIRST-Bicentennial Celebration. 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST-Ground breaking for addition to Educational building April 

11, 1976. 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL-Robert Medlin of Meadowview, Virginia called as pastor in 

August 1976. 
HOLLY HILL--Began services in first building February 1, 1976. 

Dedication of building February 22, 1976. 
MEBANE, FIRST-Seventy fifth anniversary of the Church. Two men licensed for the 

ministry. 
OSSIPEE-Construction of shelter and carport for the Church bus and pastors' cars. 



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Church Directory 

MISSIONS 



Church 



Mission Pastor 
None 



Address 



MINISTERS OTHER THAN REGULAR PASTORS IN THE ASSOCIATION 

Church Name Address Work 

Altamahaw-Felton Massey, Rt. #2, Burlington, Licensed 

Burlington, First--Dr. Carlton Prickett, 703 Westbrook Dr., Burlington (R), Ordained 

J.H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington (E), Ordained 

Robert Councilman, 122 Glenwood Ave., Burlington (R), Ordained 

Benjie Spears, 2608 Amhurst Ct., Burlington Licensed 

Cane Creek-Harold L. Dodson, Rt. #1, Box 433, Graham Licensed 

Colonial Hills- Arthur Hill, Rt. ^3, Box 395, Hillsborough Licensed 

Eastlawn-Stephen Z. Hearne, Elon College Licensed 

Fellowship- J. M. Wright, 700 Ward Street, Graham (R) Ordained 

Ronald W. Coleman, 915 Oakley Street, Graham Ordained 

Glen Hope-G.W. Swinney, 843 King St., Burlington (R) Ordained 

Robert Frazier, Missionary to New Guinea Ordained 

Graham, First-Charles L. McMillan, Box 287, Graham (AW) Ordained 

Grove Park-C.L. Abernethy, 707 Lynnwood Dr., Burlington (R) Ordained 

David Morton, 1710 Sykes Street, Burlington Licensed 

DaleHughes, Box 2096 SEBTS, Wake Forest Licensed 

Haw River, First-Walter Jones, Jr., Haw River Licensed 

Billy Howell, 113 Allen Street, Graham Licensed 

Hillsborough, First-Reldue E. Scarlett, Rt. #3, Box 9, Hillsborough (R) Ordained 

Hocutt Memorial-James M. Home, 1407 Garfield Rd., Burlington Ordained 

Holly Hill-Dr. Chris White, 2316 Blanche Dr., Burlington (O) Ordained 

Billy Gordon, 2558 S. Fairway Dr., Burlington (I) Ordained 

Charles Little, Rt. #1 , Box 396, Burlington (I) Ordained 

John Ulmer, 1 14 Dogwood Drive, Burlington (I) Ordained 

Hocutt Memorial-Brantley Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham (PI) Ordained 

Mars Hill-Earl Harden, Efland (0) Ordained 

Mebane, First-Earnest R. Keck HI, Rt. #10, Box 127, Burlington Licensed 

James P. Smith, Rt. #4, Box 97, Mebane Licensed 



ASSISTANT PASTORS OR MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Church Name Address 

Altamahaw-Felton Massey, Rt. #2, Burlington Ass't 

Burlington, First-Roy W. Davis, Box 2686, Burlington Min. 

Glen Hope-Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Ave. , Burlington Min. 

Graham, First-Miss. Nona Kay Bickerstaff, Box 68, Graham Ass't 

Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington Min. 

Grove Park-Miss. Phyllis Thomas, 1 14 Fonville St. , Burlington Min. 

Kinnett Memorial-Ronn McCracken, Rt. #10, Box 1 1 , Burlington Ass't 

Mars Hill-Katherine Wilkerson, Rt. #1, Hillsborough Min. 

Mebane, First-Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. #4, Box 670, Hillsborough Min. 

OTHER CHURCH STAFF 



Work 

Pastor 
Educ. 
Educ. 
Pastor 
Educ. 
Educ. 
Pastor 
Educ. 
Educ. 



Church Name Address 

Altamahaw-Hunter Barnette, Box 244, Altamahaw 
Cane Creek-Thomas M. Holmes, Rt. #1, Box 87, Efland 



Work 
Min. Rec. 
Min. Rec. 



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Fairview--Mrs. Sylvia Hall, Rt. #2, Hillsborough Min. Rec. 

Fellowship-Lonnie B. Tingen, Rt. #3, Box 124, Graham Min. Rec. 

Glen Hope-Mrs. Patricia Keck, Rt. #10, Burlington Min. Youth 

Graham, First--Miss. Nona Kay Bickerstaff, Box 68, Graham Min. Youth 

Ray Fogleman, 417 Ashburn Drive, Graham Min. Rec. 

Grove Park--Miss. Phyllis Thomas, 1 14 Fonville St., Burlington Min. Youth 

Hillsborough, First-Tommy Capps, Box 734, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

Holly Hill-Mrs. Dennis Wooten, 1302 Ava St., Burlington Min. Youth 

Mebane, First-Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. #4, Box 670, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

West Hill-Mrs. Glenda Knight, Box 407, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 
Church Name Address 

None 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Church Name Address 

Colonial Hills-Craig Hardee, Rt. #3, Box 391, Hillsborough 
Eastlawn-Stephen Z. Hearne, Elon College 
Haw River, First- Walter Jones, Jr., Haw River 
Mebane, First-Earnest R. Keck III, Rt. i^lO, Box 127, Burlington 
James P. Smith, Rt. #4, Box 97, Mebane 

ORGANIST AND PIANIST 

Church Name Address 

Alamance, First-Mrs. Cheryl Harper, Box 106, Alamance 
Altamahaw-Pat Apple, Rt. #2, Elon College 
Antioch-Miss. Anne Heatherly, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. Ruth Williams, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 
Bethel-Nancy Gaines, Rt. #4, Box 412, Chapel Hill 
Brookwood--Mrs. Geraldine Sharpe, 2612 W. Front St., Burlington 
Burlington, First-Mrs. Melvin Holt, Box 2686, Burlington 
Calvary--Mrs. Sharon Berry, 907 Bellevue St., Burlington 
Cane Creek-Miss. Rebecca Crawford, Rt. #1, Box 119, Chapel Hill 
City Lake-Mrs. Doris Fisher, Rt. #5, Burlington 
Colonial Hills-Wanda Richardson, Rt. #3, Box 273, Hillsborough 
Cross Roads-Mrs. Mildred Neams, Occneeche Fam, Hillsborough 
Eastlawn-Becky Joyner, 11*48 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington 
Edgewood-Gladys Workman, Rt. #4, Mebane 
Elon College, First-Mrs. Wayne Hughes, Box 4068, Glen Raven 
Fairview-Mrs. Kay Aycock, Box 751, Hillsborough 
Fellowship-Mrs. Debbie Isley, 1521 Whitsett St., Burlington 
Glen Hope-Mrs. Iris Pennington, Box 403, Elon College 
Glen Raven-Sandra Barbee, Box 4175, Glen Raven 
Glencoe-June Moody, Rt. #4, Box 128-A, Burlington 
Graham, First-Mrs. James P. McSwain, Box 621, Graham 
Grove Park-Mrs. Mary Nell Vines, 423 Collinwood Drive, Burlington 
Haw River, First-Nancy Warren, 302 E. Jackson St., Mebane 
Hillsborough, First-Mrs. H.L. Brown, Rt. M, Box 186, Hillsborough 
Hocutt Memorial-Mrs. C.C. Stanley, 615 Crestview Dr., Burlington 
Holly Hill-Dr. Chris White, 2316 Blanche Drive, Burlington 
Kinnett Memorial-Mrs. Angelia McCracken, Rt. #10, Box 11, Burlington 
Mars Hill-Mrs. Julie Brigdon, Rt. #1, Hillsborough 

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McDuffie Memorial-Susan Dunn, Rt. ff2. Chapel Hill 
Mebane, First-Mrs. R.J. Keith, 505 S. Fourth Street, Mebane 
Moore's Chapel-Ms. Sandra Allred, 221 Webster Road, Graham 
Mount Adar-Jackie Hawkins, Rt. ff3, Mebane 
Mount Zion-Mrs. Ann Smith, Rt. ff3. Liberty 
New Hope-Mrs. Lois Compton, 612 Maple Avenue, Burlington 
North Graham-Connie Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham 
Northside-Janice N. Byerly, 1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington 
Oak Grove-Mrs. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 
Ossipee-Mrs. Pauline Minor, Box 443, Elon College 
Riverside-Mrs. Linda Patterson, 3100 Winchester Drive, Greensboro 
Swepsonville-Mrs. Jennie Lynch, Rt. //I, Box 478, Graham 
West Hill-Miss. Rosa Mangum, 210 Jones Avenue, Hillsborough 

MEDIA CENTER DIRECTOR 

Church Name Address 

Alamance, First-None 

Altamahaw-Sherry Webster, Rt. M, Burlington 

Antioch-Mrs. Addie L. Pierce, Rt. ^1, Chapel Hill 

Bethel-None 

Brookwood-None 

Burlington, First-Mrs. Leo Carr, 722 W. Davis Street, Burlington 

Calvary-None 

Cane Creek-None 

City Lake-Mrs. Mary Staunton, Rt. ffl, Box 466, Burlington 

Colonial Hills-None 

Cross Roads-None 

Eastlawn-None 

Edgewood-None 

Elon College, First-None 

Fairview-None ' 

Fellowship-None 

Glen Hope-Mrs. Irene Vaughn, 724 Beaumont Ave., Burlington 

Glen Raven-None - 

Glencoe-None 

Graham, First-Miss. Emma Cox, 219 Banks Street, Graham 

Grove Park-Mrs. Bernie Harrell, 2931 Blanche Dr., Burlington 

Haw River, First-Jack Laughlin, 126 Azalea Circle, Burlington 

Hillsborough, First-Miss. Dorothy Faulkner, Rt. ^1, Box 132, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial-Mrs. Alice Small, 1339 W. Davis St., Burlington 

Holly Hill-Mrs. DeAnne Sexton, Rt. #1, Box 386-F, Burlington 

Kinnett Memorial-None 

Mars Hill-None 

McDuffie Memorial-Mary Anne Duncan, Rt. M, Box 173, Chapel Hill 

Mebane, First-Mrs. Jeter Holt, Box 1034, Burlington 

Moore's Chapel-None 

Mount Adar-None 

Mount Zion-None 

New Hope-Mrs. Minnie Jones, Rt. H, Box 68, Burlington 

North Graham-None 

Northside-Bertha Peach, 1423 Beech Drive, Burlington 

Oak Grove-None 

Ossipee-None 

Riverside-None 

Swepsonville-None 

West Hill-None . ^ ~ '• 



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Historical Tables 











Preacher of 


Year 


Place of Meeting 


Moderator 


Clerk 


Annual Sermon 


1870 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. G.W. Purefoy 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Organization 


1871 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. G.W. Purefoy 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Geo. W. Purefoy 


1872 


Antioch 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


J. P. Montague 


1873 


Durham 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


J. P. Mason 


1874 


Lystra 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


M.S. Ferrell 


1875 


Cane Creek 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Geo. P. Moore 


1876 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


J.H. Vernon 


1877 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1878 


Bethel 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


A.C. Dixion 


1879 


Graham 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1880 


Durham 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


J. P. Mason 


1881 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


R.A. Patterson 


1882 


Moore's Chapel 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


R.H. Marsh 


1883 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. P. Moore 


1884 


Chapel Hill 


Rev. J. P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


C.E. Glower 


1885 


Sandy Level 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C.C. Newton 


1886 


Cedar Fork 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


W.R. Gwaltney 


1887 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1888 


Mount Carmel 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. B. Taylor 


1889 


Bera 


A.B. Roberson 


C.R. Scott 


J.S. Hill 


1890 


Red Mountain 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


Not reported 


1891 


Cane Creek 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


J.L. Carroll 


1892 


Olive Chapel 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


J.L. Carroll 


1893 


Burlington 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Tyree 


1894 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. J.L. Carroll 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Blanchard 


1895 


Bethesda 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. J. Dowell 


1896 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


R. Vandeventor 


1897 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


W.A. Smith 


1898 


Antioch 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Tyree 


1899 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


C.J.D. Parker 


1900 


Graham 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


W.F. Fry 


1901 


Lystra 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1902 


East Durham 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1903 


Cane Creek 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


C.J.D. Parker 


1904 


Cedar Ford 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


J.O. Alderman 


1905 


Swepsonville 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


A.W. Setzer 


1906 


Bethel 


Rev. C.J. Thompson 


C.L. Haywood 


W.C. Barrett 


1907 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. C.J. Thompson 


C.L. Haywood 


J.W. Wildman 


1908 


Burlington 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.L. Haywood 


J.M. Arnett 


1909 


Mars Hill 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.P. Norris 


J.W. Wildman 


1910 


Bells 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.P. Norris 


J.W. Lynch 


1911 


Berea 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


M.P. Davis 


1912 


Red Mountain 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


W.S. Olive 


1913 


Mebane 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


J.J. Hurt 


1914 


Yates 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


M.W. Buck 


1915 


Cross Roads 


Rev. W.R.L. Smith 


S.J. Husketh 


B.V. Ferguson 


1916 


Carrboro 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


S.J. Husketh 


Q.C. Davis 


1917 


Lowe's Grove 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


J. Ben Eller 


1918 


No Meeting 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


No Meeting 


1919 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


W.S. Olive 


1920 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W.S. Olive 


Chas. C. Smith 


J. Elwood Welsh 


1921 


Bethel 


Rev. W.S. Olive 


W.O. Williams 


E.D. Poe 



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Rose of Sharon 


Rev. W.S. Olive 


W.O. Williams 


E.G. Dean 


Mount Moriah 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.T. Plybon 


Mount Gilead 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


G.T. Watkins 


Mount Adar 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Eugene Olive 


Mount Carmel 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.S. Norville 


Olive Branch 


Walter M.Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.C. Coleman 


Graham 


Walter M.Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Trela D. Collins 


Mount Pisgah 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Martin W. Buck 


Antioch 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


IraD.S. Knight 


Lystra 


Walter M.Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Chas. F. Hudson 


Roberson's Grove 


Walter M.Williams 


W.O. Williams 


W.K. McGee 


West Hill 


Rev. C.S. Norville 


W.O. Williams 


W.G. Hall 


Angier Avenue 


Rev. C.S. Norville 


W.O. Williams 


C.E. Byrd 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. C.S. Norville 


W.O. Williams 


J.T. Williams 


Moore's Chapel 


Dr. O.T. Binkley 


W.O. Williams 


A.D. Kinnett 


Berea 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


O.T. Binkley 


Mars Hall 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


Z.B. Tell 


Temple 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


John T. Wayland 


Burlington, First 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


R.P. Ellington 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


G.T. Mills 


Olive Branch 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


H.B. Anderson 


Carrboro 


H.B. Anderson 


W.O. Williams 


B.E. Morris 


Yates 


A. P. Stephens 


Chas. C. Smith 


J.W. Pierce 


Bethesda 


D. Kelly Barnett 


Chas. C. Smith 


L.A. Nail 


Chapel Hill 


D. Kelly Barnett 


Chas. C. Smith 


G.A. Hendricks 


Glen Hope & Lowe's Grove 


C.N. Royal 


Chas. C. Smith 


Guthrie Colvard 


Mebane & Mount Hermon 


C.N. Royal 


Chas. C. Smith 


John H. Knight 


Cross Roads & Calvary 


Guy S. Cain 


Tom M. Freeman 


Carlton S. Prickett 


Carrboro & Southside 


Guy S. Cain 


Tom M. Freeman 


Tom M. Freeman 


Hocutt Memorial and 








Cane Creek 


Tom M. Freeman 


Lee W. Settle 


George W. Swinney 


Graham, First and 








Mount Carmel 


Tom M. Freeman 


Lee W. Settle 


Clyde Chapman 


Altamahaw & Mars Hill 


Clyde D. Chapman 


Tom M. Freeman 


Troy E. Jones 


Hillsboro & Chapel Hill 


Clyde D. Chapman 


Tom M. Freeman 


E.C. Chamblee 


Burlington, First and 








Moore's Chapel 


A.G. White 


Tom M. Freeman 


Warren E. Kerr 


Antioch & Bethel 


Luther A. Nail 


Tom M. Freeman 


E.C. Wilkie 


Grove Park & Mount Adar 


Luther A. Nail 


Chas. W. Nanney 


W.T. Smith 


Glen Hope & West Hill 


C.S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


S.H. Roberts 


Mebane, First & Glencoe 


C.S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


W.T. Cockman 


Graham, First & Fairview 


R.L. Councilman 


Jack Clark 


Ben W. Cox 


Swepsonville & Haw River 


R.L. Councilman 


Jack Clark 


Travis Styles 


Hocutt Memorial, Cane 








Creek and Mebane, First 


Travis Styles 


Jack Clark 


Carlton S. Prickett 


Kinnett Memorial and 








Glencoe 


Travis Styles 


Jack Clark 


Harvey Rumfelt 


Burlington, First and 








Northside 


Ben W. Cox 


Jack Clark 


Jack Clark 


Altamahaw, Grove Park, 








and Mars Hill 


Ben W. Cox 


Jack Clark 


Roy Cantrell 


Antioch, Graham, First, 








and Riverside 


Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 


Jack Clark 


Bobby G. Pratt 


Graham, First and 








Cross Roads 


Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 


Jack Clark 


Fred King 


Elon, First; Grove Park & 








Hillsborough, First 


Johnny Greene, Sr. 


Jack Clark 


Chas. L. McMillan, Jr 



49 



1969 Burlington, First; '■■■ 
Northsidc; & Alamance 

First Johnny (jrccnc, Sr. .lack Clark FutherA.Nall 

1970 ( anc Creek; Antioch; 

<Sc (jrahani, First .lolinny (jrccnc, Sr. Mrs. Fxlith Clark None 

1971 Kinnett Memorial; Glen 

Kaven; & Rastlawn .lames M. Dunn Freeman Cooper Ron F\^lfrcy 

1972 (jrove F*ark; Swepsonville; 

& Hillsborough, First .lames M. Dunn Freeman Cooper Dale O. Steele 

1973 McDulTie Memorial; 
Altamahaw; & Mebane, 

First Paul. I. Craig Freeman Cooper .Joseph D. Lang 

1974 Mars Hill; Grove Park; 

& Glencoc Paul .1. Craig Freeman Cooper .lames Bousman 

1975 Moutit /ion; Haw River, 

First; & Antioch (jcrald Diekerson Freeman Cooper Ralph H. .lones, Jr. 

1976 Rastlawn; Holly Hill; 

& Cross Roads Gerald Diekerson Freeman Cooper Thomas M. Denton 






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Minutes * Church Histories * Church Directories * Sermon Books * Genealogies 



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1977 Minutes 




Mount Zion 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 



MOUNT ZION 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NORTH CAROLINA 

ONE HUNDRED EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 
HELD WITH 



WEST HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
HILLSBOROUGH, ORANGE COUNTY 

AND 

CITY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH 
HOPEDALE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

AND 

ELON COLLEGE, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
ELON COLLEGE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 



OCTOBER 18 and 19, 1977 



1977 



The next anual session will be held with the First Baptist Church, Hillsborough on 
Tuesday M»orn!.ig October 17, 1978; and with the First Baptist Church, Graham on 
Tuesday night, October 17, 1978; and with the Altamahaw Baptist Church on Wed- 
nesday Morning October 18, 1978. 



ANNUAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Rev. W. T. Cockmon First Baptist Church, Elon College 

Alternate: Rev. Frank Haith Altamahaw Baptist Church 

DOCTRINAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Rev. Howard Silver Northside Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. Curtis Oakley Riverside Baptist Church 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Application for Membership 19 

Book of Reports: 

Associationa! Study Committee 29 

Brotherhood 33 

Budget for 1977-78 41 

Calendar 24 

Constitution Committee 33 

Digest of Letters 40 

Executive Committee 28 

Historian 46 

Membership Committee 38 

Missions Committee 32 

Mount Zion Concerns 39 

Ordinations Committee 38 

Resolutions 38 

State Missions 1 977 32 

Sunday School 34 

Superintendent of Missions 28 

Time, Place and Preacher 38 

Treasurer 42 

Woman's Missionary Union 34 

Church Directories 48 

Constitution > 12 

Dedication 3 

Directory of the Association 5 

Distribution of Minutes 44 

Historical Events of Special Interest 48 

Histori ca I Sketches 46 

Historical Tables 52 

Our Dead 45 

Proceedings of the Association 20 

Registered Messengers and Visitors 10 

Statistical Tables 56 



DEDICATION 



By action of the Mount Zion Baptist Association in annual session on October 19, 
1977 at the First Baptist Church of Elon Coilege, these 1977 minutes are dedicated 
to the memory of Rev. George W. Swinney, Mr. Lonnie Rhodes, and Mrs. R. Homer 
Andrews whose lives were an example of dedicated and faithful service to our Lord , 
Jesus Christ. 



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In the year 1924, the late Martin W. Buck, pastor of First Baptist Church of 
Burlington, visited the Burlington Mills community and saw the need of Christian 
work in the area. 

In the spring of 1925, the Ham - Ramsey Evangelistic Party conducted a series 
of meetings which resulted in arousing the interest of the people for meeting the 
religious needs of the Burlington Mills Community. A small group continued to hold 
Sunday School for about two years. 

In 1927, on September 13th, George Swinney and a class of young people from 
the Pomona Baptist Church in Greensboro, came to visit the Sunday School, then 
meeting in the Glen Hope School Building. Mr. Swinney was asked to preach for 
them and from this meeting came the organization of the Glen Hope Baptist Church. 
Mr. Swinney became the first postor and remained pastor for 42 years, until his re- 
tirement. 

The Church grew under his leadership. Upon his retirement, the church and 
property was valued at $900,000.00. He had ordained twenty-one young men for 
the ministry and licensed two lay preachers. Mr. Swinney had cooperated with all 
phases of Baptist work and led his people to cooperate, always recognizing those 
superior to him. He was not a seminary trained minister, but he was a man called of 
God to do a special work in his special way. He will always be remembered as a 
nia ' o loved his Lord and who loved people. 




Lonnle H. Rhodes united wifh the G!en 
Hope Baptist Church in 1937 and served as 
Choir Director for thirty years. He served 
on the Staff of the Rich and Thompson 
Mortuary as soloist, and worked for Kayser- 
Roth Hosiery prior to his retirement. He 
did special singing with various groups and 
with G. W. Swinney held many revivals 
and evangelistic meetings. 

He was married to the former Myrtle 
Roberson Rhodes and they moved to Bur- 
lington from Greensboro. They were the 
parents of two daughters, five grandchildren 
end nine great-grandchildren. 



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Nino Ingle Andrews was born in Bur- 
lington, August 25, 1897, to Thomas and 
Addie Ingle. She married R. Thomas 
Andrews June 14, 1917. She served her 
church and community in innumerable of- 
fices ondactivities. Her interest in child- 
ren is evidenced by the fact that for 34 
years, she was Superintendent of the Junior 
Department of Sunday School in Burlington 
First Baptist Church. 

An excellent Bible scholar and avid 
missions supporter, she will best be re- 
membered for her generosity. Like some 
of the early Christians, she "first gave 
herself", then her time, her talent, and 
her money. Her life shall serve as a worthy 
example for others to follow. 



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ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

1977-78 

OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Moderator Thomas E. Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Court, Burlington, N.C. 

Vice Moderator ... C. W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane, N.C. 

Clerk Freeman O. Cooper, P.O. Box 491 , Haw River, N.C. 

Auditor Paul Hoyle 709 V/estbrook Drive, Burlington, N.C. 

Historian Rev. J.H. Waugh, 321 West Ruff in Street, Burlington, N.C. 

Treasurer B. Graham Rogers, P.O. Box 151, Graham, N.C. 

Music Director.... Rev. Larry Thompson, P. O. Box 372, Haw River, N.C. 

Trustees Forrest Hall, 205 N. /vb In St., Graham, N.C. (Rotates off 1978) 

Paul J. Craig, P.O. Box 1794, Burlington, N.C. (Rotates off 1980) 
C.R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Dr., Burlington, N.C. (Rotates off 1982) 

PAID EMPLOYEES OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Dir. of Missions ... Charles L. McMillan, Jr., Box 287, Graham, 
Secretary- Associate Mrs. Reu Hudson, Box 287, Graham, N.C. 

ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 



N.C 



The Executive Board shall be composed of all Associational officers (Moderator, 
Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Associational 
Missionary Union Director, and Associational Brotherhood Director), The Superin- 
tendent of Missions (ex-officio), each active pastor, one lay member by each member 
church from its membership and certified to the Association in its annual report, and 
chairman of all standing committees of the Association. 



Al 



CHURCH 
amance, First 
Altamahaw 
Antioch 
Bethel 
Brookwood 

Burlington, First 



Calvary 
Cone Creek 

City Lake 

Colonial Hills 
Cross Roods 
Eastlown 



NAME ADDRESS 

Rev. Terry L. Harper, Box 106, Alamance 
Rev. Frank Haith, Jr., Box 67, Altamahaw 
Mrs. Jessie I. Grubb, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 
Rev. Bob Brizendine, Rt. H, Box 439, Chapel HIM 
Rev. Perry B. Jones, 1317 Garfield Rd., Burlington 
Mrs. Millie Walker, 2031 W. Front Street, Burlington 
Dr. Dale O. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington 
Rev. J. H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington 
Mr. Ralph Wilson, P.O. Box 4212, Burlington 
Rev. Donald Swinney, 202 Eastway Lane, Graham 
Rev. Michael Goudelock, Rt.'<'3,Box 114-A, Hillsborough 
Cecil C. Crawford, Rt. #3, Hillsborough 
Rev. Joseph D.Lang, K\J9, Box 442, Burlington 
Leroy Odell, Rt. h, Burlington 
Rev. J. Monty Fox, Rt.*4, Box 670, Hillsborough 
Mrs. William O. Hastings, ^tJZ, Box 15A, Hillsborough 
Rev. Elmer L. Joyner, 1148 N. Sellers Mill Rd., Burlington 
H. C. Thomas, 1713 Erv/in Street, Burlington 
Johnny P. Greene, 2903 McKInnet Street, Burlington 



Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Falrview 
Fellowship 
Flen Hope 

Glen Raven 
Glencoe 

Graham, First- 
Grove Park 
Haw River, First 

Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt A/\emorial 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett Memorial 
Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 
Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 



New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 

Oak Grove 



Rev. E. L. Epperson, Rt. ^4, Mebane 

John H. Wilson, Rt. #5, Box 112, Mebane 

Rev. W. T. Cockman, P. O. Box 163, Elon College 

John Dawson, Rt. ^2, Gibsonvilie 

Robert Wilson, Rt. #2, Hillsborough 

Rev. Kenneth L. Simpson, 1 6- B Han ford Rd., Graham 

Rev. C. C. Vaughn, 724 Beaumont Ave., Burlington 

E. S. Long, 1129 Graham-Hopedale Rd., Burlington 

Rev. Bobby Fann, P. O. Box 93, Altamahaw 

Rev. Ondra Black, Rt. #9, Box 565, Burlington 

Raymond Willis, 922 N. Main St., Burlington 

Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Box 68, Graham 

B. Graham Rogers, 523 North Main Street, Graham 

H. G. Foster, 1115 S. Main Street, Graham 

Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Rt. #3, Box 213, Elon College 

James Dunn, 1802 Ma lone Rd., Burlington 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Briorcliff Rd., Burlington 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Box 372, Haw River 

Robert Murphy, P. O. Box 476, Haw River 

Freeman Cooper, P. O. Box 491, How River 

Dr. Thomas M. Denton, 223 W. King Street, Hillsborough 

H. L. Hardee, Rt. #3, Box 588, Hillsborough 

Rev. Robert Medlin, 812 W. Front St., Burlington 

Jos. L. Bulla, 709 S. Sellers Mill Rd., Burlington 

Miss Lenna Rudd, 407 N. Logan Street, Burlington 

Dr. James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney Street, Burlington 

Thomas E. Hi 1 1, 502 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington 

Paul Hoyle, P. O. Box 2134, Burlington 

Dr. Chris White, Rt. #3, Box 424, Elon College 

Rev. Larry Knowles, 1 1 08 Avon Ave . , Burlington 

Jack Watson, 809 Allendale Dr., Burlington 

Rev. Curtis Tyler, Rt. ^1, Hillsborough 

Marvin Phelps, Rt. ^1, Hillsborough 

Rev. John R. Small, Rt. #2, Box 146, Chapel Hill 

Leonard Duncan, Rt. U, Box 173, Chapel Hill 

Rev. Charles R. Lemley,400 E.Jackson St., Mebane 

L. C. Gardner, 208 N. Sixth Street, Mebane 

Rev. Earl Harden, Efland 

Dan Cheek, Rt. ^2, Graham 

aCv. Ernie Keck, Rt. ^5, Mebane 

Clarence Sharpe, Mebane 

Rev. Joe R. Hicks, Rt.#3, Box 331, Liberty 

W. C. Ingold, 506 Shadowbrook Dr., Burlington 

Nancy Graves, 621 W. Front St., Burlington 

Peggy Clapp, Rt. #3, Box 340, Liberty 

Rev. Frank L. Gribble, Rt. ^\Q, Box 283, Burlington 

Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., P.O. Box 533, Haw River 

Dr. J. Howard Silver, 513 Alder St., Burlington 

Terrell Duncan, 2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington 

Rev. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 

Carlton Coble, Rt. h, Mebane 



Ossipee 



Riverside 
Swepsonville 

West Hill 



Rev. Dale Brooks, 7858 N.C. 150-1 ast. Brown Summitf 

Gene Perkins, 2508 W. Front St., (■■urlington 

Ed Hill, Rt. *2, Box 125, Gibsonville 

Rev. Curtis V. Oakley, Rt. #2, Box 72, Burlington 

Rev. C. Elliott Hill, Box 7, Swepsonville 

Douglas Palmer, Rt. ^2, Graham 

Rev. Charlie A. Harward, 202 Jones Ave., Hillsborough 

Dennis Bryant, Box 818, Hillsborough 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. Howard Silver, Chairman 513 Homewood Ave., Burlington Northside 

Rev. Terry Harper P. O. Box 106, Alamance Alamance 

Rev. Monty Fox Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough Colonial Hills 

Mr. Freeman Cooper P. O. Box 491 , Haw River Haw River 

Mr. Tom Hill 502 Shadowbrook Ct., Burlington Holly Hill 

Rev. Larry Thompson P. O. Box 372, Haw River Haw River 



MISSIONS 

Mr. Johnny Greene, Chairman 2903 McKlnney St., Burlington Eastlawn 

Rt. 2, Box 219, Hillsborough A^rs Hill ' 

1313 Ridgecrest Ave. , Burlington Brookwood 

Rt. 9, Box 565, Burlington Glencoe 

P. O. Box 4212, Burlington Burlington First 

1457 Momlngslde Dr. , Burlington Northside 

Graham First 



Robert D. Davis (off 78) 
Mr. Ed Hoyle (off 79) 
Rev. Ondra Black (off 80) 
Mr, Ralph Wilson (Emer.H.) 
Mrs. Edna Smith (WMU) 



Mr. H.G.Foster (Brotherhood) 1115 S. AAaIn St., Graham 



FINANCE 

Mr. Terrell Duncan, Chairman 

Mr. Graham Rogers 

Mrs. Virginia Wilson 

Dr. Thomas Morris 

Mr. Roy Hollomon 

Mr. Ned Gauldin 

ORDINATIONS 

Dr. Chris White, Chairman 

Mr. Lynn Lambert 

Dr. Roy Taylor 

Rev. John Small 

Rev. Earl Harden 



2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington 

P. O. Box 151, Graham 

Rt. 5, Box 112, Mebane 

440 Cedarwood Dr., Burlington 

Rt. 10, Box 438, Burlington 

P. O. Box 206, Mebane 



Rt. 3, Box 424, Elon College 
2513 Hoskins Dr., Burlington 
108 Troll One, Burlington 
Rt.2, Box 146, Chapel Hill 
Rt. 1, Box259-A, Efland 



Northside 
Graham First 
Edgewood 
Burlington First 
Burlington First 
Mebane First 



Holly Hill 
Grove Park 
Grove Park 
Mc Duffle 
Moore's Chapel 



MEMORIALS 

Miss Lenna Rudd, Chairman 
Rev. Charles Lemley 
Mrs. Virginia Andrews 



407 N. Logan St., Burlington Hocutt 

400 E. Jackson St., Mebane Mebane First 

513 Johnson Ave., Graham Graham First 



NOMINATIONS 

Mr. Jack Watson, Chairman 

Rev. Curtis Tyler 



809 Allendale Dr., Burlington KInnett 

Rt. 1, Box 359, Hillsborough Mars Hill 



NOMINATIONS (Continued) 

Mr. David Prichard 

Mr. Bill Ingold 

Rev. Elmer Joyner 

Mr. Bobby Joe Moser 

Mr. Alfred Carr 



2806 Alamance Rd., Burlington Alamance 

506 Shadowbrook Court, Burlington Mt. Zion 

432 Sellers Mill Rd., Burlington Eastlawn 

Rt. 3, Graham Glen Hope 

P.O. Box 435, Hillsborough Fairview 



MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. Larry Thompson , Cha i rman 

Mr. Harold Culbreth 

Dr. James Ballard 

Rev. Bobby Fann 

Mr. Jack Walker 



P. O. Box 372, Haw River Haw River 

P. O. Box 245, Hillsborough Hillsborough 

2818 Edgewood Ave., Burlington Holly Hill 

P.O. Box 94, Altamahaw Glen Raven 

Rt.2, Box 44- A, Snow Camp Calvary 



CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman 

Dr. Tom Denton 

Rev. Bob Brizendine 

Rev. Elliott Hill 

Mr. Maynard Ellington 

PROPERTIES 

Mr. Jim Dunn, Chairman 

Mr. Donald Dickerson 

Mrs. Peggy Smith 

Mr. Rupert Lackey 

Mr. Howard Steel man 



Rt. 3, Box 331, Liberty Mt. Zion 

P. O. Box 734, Hillsborough Hillsborough 

Rt. 3, Box 439, Chapel Hill Bethel 

P. O. Box 7, Swepsonville Swepsonville 

1964 Hilldale Dr. , Burlington Grove Park 



P. O. Box 2378, Burlington Grove Pork 

225 N. Ruffin St., Hillsborough Hillsborough 

705 Sycamore Dr., Graham Graham First 

416 Doggett Dr., Graham Burlington First 

Rt. 2, Elon College Ossipee 



EVANGELISM 

Dr. Dale Steele, Chairman 

Mr. Dal ton Rhue 

Rev. J. H. Waugh, Jr. 

EMERGENCY HOME 
Mr. Ralph Wilson, Chairman 
Mr. Tom Word 
Miss Nancy Graves 



P. O. Box 2686, Burlington 

Rt. 4, Box 14, Mebane 

321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington 



P. O. Box 4212, Burlington 
P. O. Box 593, Hillsborough 
621 W. Front St., Apt. 3, BuH. 



Burlington First 
Mebane First 
Burlington First 



Burlington First 
Hillsborough 
Mt. Zion 



COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 



COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT 

Mr. Freeman Cooper, Chairman P. O. Box 491 , How River 



Mrs. Reu Hudson 

Mrs. W. E. Horner 

Mrs. Albert Thompson 

Mrs. Eudoro Merritt 

Mrs. H. O. King 

Mrs. George Cockman 

Mrs. Charlie Harward 

Mrs. Ruth Davis 



P. O. Box 287, Graham 
Rt. 5, Box 81, Burlington 
Rt. 5, Box 44, Burlington 

113 Sunset Dr., Elon College 

202 Jones Ave . , Hillsborough 



Haw River 
Kinnett 
City Lake 
City Lake 
City Lake 
Elon First 
Elon First 
West Hill 
West Hill 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 



Mr. Da I ton Rhue, Chairman 
Mr. Lawrence Madden 
Mr. Roy Wilson 
Mr. John Wilson 
Mr. Alton Riley 
Mr. Thomas B. Vines 
Mr. John Thomas 



"Rt. 4, Box 14, Mebane Mebane First 

1806 Brown Ave., Burlington Alamance 

Rt. ], Box 350, Hillsborough Altars Hill 

Rt. 5, Box 112, Hillsborough Edgewood 

Rt. 1, Chapel Hill Antioch 

423 Collinwood Dr. Grove Park 

2736 May Dr., Burlington Holly Hill 



TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

Rev. Ralph Jones, Chairman I'. O. Box 68, Graham 



Rev. Ken Simpson 

Rev. Robert Med I in 

Rev. Roy Taylor 

Rev. Ondra Black 



1628-B-l, Hanford Brickyard Rd, 

Graham, N.C. 

812 W. Front St., Burlington 

108 Trail One, Burlington 

Rt. 9, Box 565, Burlington 



Graham First 

Fellowship 
Hocutt Memorial 
Grove Park 
Glencoe 



RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. Joe Hicks, Choirman 

Dr. Jim Bollard 

Rev. Frank Haith 

Rev. Perry Jones 

Rev. Mike Goudelock 



Rt. 3, Box 331, Liberty Mt. Zion 

2818 Edgewood Ave. , Burlington Holly Hill 

P. O. Box 67, Altamahow Altomahow. 

1 31 7 Garfield Rd . Brookwood 

Rt. 3, Box 114-A, Hillsborough Cone Creek 



There ore nomoin offices of any Baptist school, hospital, encampment, children's 
home, state or convention-wide board or agency located in the Association. 

ZIP CODES 



Alamance 27201 

Altomahow 27202 

Burlington 27215 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Ef land 27243 

Elon College 27244 

Graham 27253 



How River 27258 

Hillsborough 27278 

Liberty 27298 

Mebane 27302 

Prospect Hill 27314 

Saxopohow 27340 

Swepsonvi I le 27359 



ASSOCIATIONAL AUXILIARIES 



PASTOR'S CONFERENCE: 

President Dr. 

Vice President Dr. 

Secretary- Treasurer Rev 

Program Chairman Dr. 



Ralph E. Jones, Jr., P. O. Box 68, Graham 
James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 
. Larry Thompson, P. O. Box 372, Haw River 
James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 



SUNDAY SCHOOL: 
Director 



CHURCH TRAINING: 
Director 

BROTHERHOOD: 
Director 

YOUTH COORDINATOR: 
Director 



Rev. Kenneth Simpson, 1628-&-! Hanford Rd., Graham 
H. G. Foster, 1115 S. Main Street, Graham 



Mrs. Brenda Beam, Parliament House, Apt. i-G, 
Burlington 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

Director Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Brio re I if f Rd., Burlington 

Secretary Mrs. Vance Forrester, 2610 Clarendon Dr., Burlington 

Treasurer Mrs. Paul i. Warren, Rt. #1, Box 175, Haw River 



BAPTIST WOMEN: 
Director 
Ass't Director 

BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN 
Director 
Ass't Director 



Mrs. H. D. Booth, P. O. Box 553, Haw River 
Mrs. C. Frank Kelly, 2305 Hyde St., Burlington 



Mrs. Charles Knight, 711 N. Ninth St., Mebane 



ACTEENS 
Director 

Ass't Director 

GIRLS-IN-ACTION 
Director 
Ass't Director 

MISSION FRIENDS: 
Director 
* Ass't Director 

MISSION ACTION: 
Director 

HISTORIAN 

PUBLICITY 



Miss Beverly Alford, 2-C Brookwood Garden Apts., 

Burlington 

Miss Marie Webster, P.O. Box 569, Graham 



Mrs. Earl Harden, Rt.#l, Box 259-A, Efland 
Mrs. Glenn Ellington, 215 Cheek Lane, Graham 



Mrs. Garnett Patton, 346 N.St., John St., Burlington 
Mrs. Guy Cain, 318 Bland Blvd., Burlington 



Mrs. R. Don Smith, 1457 Morningslde Dr., Burlington 
Mrs. Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Ave., Burlington 
Mrs. Willord Smith, Rt. #4, Box 27CCC, Mebane 
REGISTERED MESSENGERS AND VISITORS 



Alamance, First - Rev. Terry L. Harper, Mrs. Terry Harper, Phillip H. Wough, Mrs. 

Phillip Waugh, Mrs. Vance Vines, Grave Ingle. 
Altamahaw - Rev. Frank Haith, Mrs. Frank Haith, Deborah K. Stutts, Julie Bowles, 

Mrs. H. C. McDaniel, Mrs, Mack Ralney, Alma Younger, Mrs. Ben 

Simmons, Norma Graves, Lynn Stutts. 



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Antioch - Jessie I. Grubb, Jeff Atwafer, Mrs. Jeff Atwater, Myrtle D. Dawson, 

Mrs. Aubrey McLennan, Martha Lloyd. 
Bethel - Rev. Bob Brlzendine, B. H. Copelan, Lucille Lloyd, Linda Butler. 
Brookwood - Rev. Perry Jones, J. Van Curtis, Rosemary Ester, Millie Walker. 
Burlington, First- Dr. Dole O. Steele, Rev. J. H. Waugh, Carlton S. Prickett, 
Robert Sparks, Benjie Spears, Cecil Yarbrough, Mrs. Cecil Yor- 
brough, R. Homer Andrews, Mrs. AAelvin Holt, Elmer G. Lewis, 
Florence Lewis, Emma Lou Jones. 
Calvary - Rev. Donald Swinney. 
Cane Creek - Cecil C. Crawford, Mrs. H. M. Perry, Mrs. James Snipes, Sr., Mae 

Crawford. 

City Lake - Rev. Joseph D. Lang, AAarilyn Lang, Susan Lang, Dalia Fisher, Ruby 

Wilson, Alton Perry, Mrs. Alton M. Perry, Sr., Alma Perry, Lena F. 

Welch, Irline Riggan, James E. Riggan, Eudora Merritt, Winston Drewery, 

Paul Capps, Connie Woods, Joyce Horner, Debbie Thompson. 

Colonial Hills - Rev. Monty Fox, Robert M. Rose, Curtis Clayton, Doris Holden, 

Margaret Wooten, Budrey Holden. 
Cross Roads - Margaret Thompson, Rachel Riley, Faye Ray, Mrs. John Childs. 
Eostlawn - Rev. Elmer Joyner, Mrs. Elmer Joyner, Johnny Greene, Zettie Arnold. 
Edgewood - Rev. E. L. Epperson, Mrs. E. L. Epperson, A/\rs. Inez Faucette. 
Eion College, First - Rev. W.T. Cockman, Cora Cockman, Jean King, Pat AH 'son, 

Ida Mae Sawyer, Floyd Brown, Louise Smithey. 
Fairview - Nellye Neems, Helen Davis, Lisa Turner, Frank Davis. 
Fellowship - Rev. Ken Simpson, A/\artha Pearsall, Frank E. Simons, Bill Donaldson, 
Mrs. William Donaldson, Robert Laws, Pot Laws, Evelyn Simons, 
Margaret Carter, B. H. Batten, Sr. 
Glen Hope - Mrs. G. W. Swinney, Mrs. Etta Oakes, Josle R. Lowe, Iris Allison, 
Mrs. W. B. McLean, Sadie Callahan, Vivian Travis, Mrs. Maggie 
Pruitt, Mrs. Hazel Burke, Letty Hawkins, Lavon Whitesell, Dan Horner, 
Mrs. Don Horner. 
Glen Raven - Not Represented. 
Glencoe - Rev. Ondro Block, Nathan Pennington. 

Graham, First- Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Ralph E. Jones, Rev. Charles L. 

McMillan, Mrs. Charles McMillan, H. G. Foster, Mrs. J. F. 

, Thompson, Jr., Glendo Jones, Jock Currin, Graham Rogers, Paul 

Warren, Louise Warren, Louise Wilson, Robert Phillips, Thelmo 

Phillips, Charles McDanlel, Drucilla Herron, W. Harold Henderson. 

Grove Park - Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Mrs. Shirley Bradley, James M. Dunn, A/targoret 

Centrell, Brownie Vines, Rev. C. L. Abernethy, James Grubbs, Mrs. 

Joan Massey. 

How River, First - Rev. Lorry Thompson, Emily Thompson, J. C. Pierce, Freeman 

Cooper, Mrs. Freeman Cooper, Mrs. May W. Makin, Louise 

Booth, Mrs. Kotherlne Thompson, Mrs. Z. C. Cox, Sr., Mrs. 

Herbert C. Smith, Mrs. Essie Blolock. 

Hillsborough, First - Mrs. George E. Simmons, Bertha Crawford, Miriam Allred. 

Hocutt Memorial - Rev. Robert Medlin, Glendo Medlin, C. C. Hinton, Mrs. C. C. 

Hinton, Lenno Rudd, Ruth Cornell, Mrs. Dewey Gottis. 
Holly Hill - Thomas E. Hill, Joan Hill, Delmo Thomas, Mrs. Effle T. Hayes, Joanne 
Ballard, Hal Ballard, Edith Gordon, Sue Goodman, Pat Durham, Doris 
Howard, Jock Hines, Roberta Phibbs, Janice Creech, Bett Durham, Mrs. 
June C. Wright. 

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Kinnett Armorial - Rev. Larry Knowles, Ronn McCracken, Reu H. Hudson, D, L. 
Raynor, Mrs. D. Raynor, Mrs. Dot Ma lone, Mrs. Ann Lanier, 
Mrs. John A. Harden, Sr., Eloise Holt, Noble Dickerson, Adelle 
Huffines, Mrs. AAattie McNeill, Iver Maness, Marshall Thornton, 
Jack Sink, Eunice Morningstar, Ona Williams, Kathryn Ellington, 
Miss Pat Howard. 
AAars Hill - J. M. Kenyon, Mrs. J.M. Kenyon, Joe Dickey, Mrs. Lillian Wilkinson, 

Margaret McKee. 
McDuffle Memorial - Rev. John R. Small, David L. Duncan. 

Mebane, First - Rev. Charles R. Lemley, James J. Lee, Jr., Mrs. James J. Lee, Jr., 
C. W. Lee, Mrs. Betsy Fox, Mrs. Willord Smith, E. M. Pickard, 
Sharon Knight, Mrs. Velmo H. Pickard, Charles G. Knight. 
Moore's Chapel - Rev. Earl L. Harden, Lillle AAae Harden, C. E. Braxton, Mrs. 

C. E. Braxton. 
Mount Adar - Clarence Sharpe, Mrs. Erma Shorpe, Mrs. Sybil Moore. 
Mount Zion - Not Represented. 
New Hope - Not Represented. 
North Graham - Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. Jim Marks, Mrs. 

Janis Turner. 
Northside - Rev. J. Howard Silver, Mono S. Silver, Terrell Duncan, David Mincy, 

Mrs. R. Don Smith, Mrs. Alice WInningham, Mrs. Gladys Splnks. . 
Oak Grove - Rev. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Ruby Ray, Alpha 

F. Perry, Gurney Thompson. 
Osslpee - Not Represented. 
Riverside - Rev. Curtis V. Oakley. 
Swepsonville - Rev. C. Elliott Hill, Edna Hill, J.C. Everett, Alma Everett, Nellie 

C. Frazier, Florence Pace, Lena P. Reynolds. 
West Hill - Rev. Charlie A. Harward, Sr., Ann D. Harward, Rosa L. AAangum, Ruth 
Davis, Ruth Gregory, Ruth Brigdon, Pauline Mangum, Dorothy Yancey, 
Pearl K. Morton. 
Visitors From Outside Our Association - Charles V. Petty, Raleigh; T.Craig Weaver, 
Winston Salem; W.R.Wagoner, Thomosville, Mrs. W.R. Wagoner,Thomasvllle; 
Donna Loil, Thomosville; Rev. C. H. Stonfield; Annie Dare Thompson, Brendo 
Beam, Mrs. Janice Baldwin, Mrs. Edna De Berry. 

Total attendance for the two day and one night session was 437. There were 324 
total registered messengersond 113 registered visitors. There were three Churches not 
represented: Glen Raven, Mount Zion and New Hope. 

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 

OF 

THE MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

(1960; AMENDED 1964-1969-1973-1974-1976-1977) 

Preamble 
We, the Baptist Churches of the Mount Zion Baptist Association, unite according 
to the plan and for the purpose and work of New Testament churches In our world, 
and to this end to cooperate to the fullest extent possible with the State and Southern 
Baptist Conventions, according to the following articles: 

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ARTICLE I Namt 
Th« nomt of thti body li th« "Mount ZIon Boptlif Aiioclotlon." 

ARTICLE II Purpow 
It jhall bitht purpose of the Aiioclotlon to coope rote with the State ond Southern 
Boptiit Convention in the promotion of Chrlitlon Millions at home ond abroad, and 
In any other related ob|ecti luch oi evangellim, Chrlitlon education, benevolent 
enterprlies/ and socio! lervlcei which It may deem proper and advisable for the 
furtherance of the kingdom of God. 

ARTICLE ill Membership 

SECTION 1 . The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist Churches 
in the area of the Association. 

SECTION 2. The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and may re- 
ceive churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and By-Laws. Mem- 
ber churches may also withdraw as they desire. Any church in the Association which 
foils to cooperate with the Association shall be contacted by a committee appointed 
by the Executive Board of the Association to ascertain the wishes and desires of the 
church relative to its continuance in the Association. The committee shall report and 
bring appropriate recommendations to the Association. 

A cooperating church shall be defined as one which sends a report and messengers 
to the annual session, and contributes to the financial program of the Association. 

SECTION 3. Churches desiring to affiliate with this body shall make a written 
request to the Committee on Membership of the Association at least three months 
prior to the onnual meeting. If, in the judgment of the Committee on Membership 
and the Executive Board, the requirements hereinafter set forth have been met, the 
church may be recommended for membership without delay at the annual meeting of 
the Association. In any other case a church may be received under watchcare. 

ARTICLE IV Meetings 

SECTION 1. The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October. 

SECTION 2. Special AAeetlngs may be called by the Moderator provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

SECTION 3. In case of emergency, the Executive Board shall hove power to 
change the time and/or place of meetings. 

SECTION 4. Each church shall elect annually one messenger to the meeting of 
the Association for each 50 members of the church in addition to the pastor, pro- 
vided each church shall have not less than three or more than fifteen messengers. 
These shall constitute the voting body of the Association. The names of messengers 
printed in the minutes shall include only those attending and registering at the As- 
sociation . 

ARTICLE V Authority 
While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Association does not 
claim, and will never attempt to exercise, any authority over any other Baptist body, 
whether church or auxiliary organization. 

ARTICLE VI Officers and Their Election 
SECTION 1 . The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Assoclotlonal Sunday School 

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Director, Associational Director of Training and Ministries, Associational Woman's 
Missionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood Director, and Youth Co- 
ordinator. 

SECTION 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the April meet- 
ing of the Association for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be contacted 
and nominated by the Committee on Nominations. (By-Law V, Section 7) 

SECTION 3. Officers shall assume their duties at the close of the April meeting 
at which electedond shall serve until the next April meeting oruntil their successors 
are elected. 

SECTION 4. Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be ineligible 
for re-election for a period of two years. 

ARTICLE VII Trustees and Their Election 
There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, serving 
terms of six years each on a rotating basis. On nomination by the Committee on 
Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected at the annual meeting In each EVEN 
year to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of the term of one of the three; no 
trustee being eligible to succeed himself until after the lapse of two years. The ex- 
piration date of each trustee's term of office shall appear by his name in the Associa- 
tional Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII The Executive Board 
The Executive Board shall be composed of all associational officers (Art. VI, 
Sect. 1.) the superintendent of Missions (ex officio), each active pastor, one lay 
member chosen by each member church from its membership and certified to the As- 
sociation in its annual report, and chairmen of all standing committees of the As- 
sociation. The Executive Board shall hove the authority to act for the Association 
between sessions, except as limited by the Constitution. It shall be the duty of this 
Board to meetquorterly, and to make reports and recommendations to the Association 
at its annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IX Associational Council 

SECTION 1. The membership of the Council shall be composed of the Sunday 
School Director, Training and Ministries Director, Woman's Missionary Union Dir- 
ector, Brotherhood Director, Music Ministry Director, Youth Coordinator and the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

SECTION 2. The Superintendent of Missions will serve as Chairman. 

SECTION 3. The Council will be responsible for fonnulatlng and publishing an 
Associations ! Calendar of Activities. 

ARTICLE X Committees 
SECTION 1 . The Association shall have the following standing committees, with 
their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the following 
annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Order of Business (By-Law V, Sect. 1) 

(2) Committee on Missions (By-Law V, Sect. 2) 

(3) Committee on Evangelism (By-Law V, Sect. 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (By-Law V, Sect. 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (By-Law V, Sect. 5) 

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(6) Committee on Memorial (By-Law V, Sect. 6) 

(7) Committee on Nominations (By-Law V, Sect. 7) 

(8) Committee on Constitution (By-Law V, Sect. 8) 

(9) Committee on Membership (By-Law V, Sect. 9) 

(10) Committee on Properties (By-Law V, Sect. 15) 

(11) Committee on Baptist Emergency Home (By-Law V, Sect. 16) 
B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting. 
Committee on Committees (By-Law V, Sect. 11) 

SECTION 2. The following committees shall be appointed by the Moderator at 
thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (By-Law V, Sect. 12) 

(2) Committee on Resolutions (By-Law V, Sect. 13) 

(3) Committee on Enrollment (By-Law V, Sect. 14) 

ARTICLE XI Amendments 

SECTION 1 . The provisions of this Constitution shal I not be waived at any meet- 
ing of the association, except as herein provided for amendments thereof. 

SECTION 2. Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any annual session 
of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting members pres- 
ent, provided that the proposed amendments shall have been presented to the Mod- 
erator at least 15 days prior to the meeting, and submitted to the Committee on 
Constitution for Its report and recommendation. It must be presented to the Associa- 
tion on the first day and voted by the Association on the second day, by a standing 
vote. 



BY-LAWS 

By-Law I Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of Order, Revised Edition shall be followed as the Association's 
rules for conducting Its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association prescribes 
otherwise. 

By-Law II Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30, with the 
exception of the fiscal or financial year which shall begin January 1 and close 
December 31 . 

By-Law III New Churches 

Any church seeking admission to the membership of the Association shall petition 
in writing the Executive Board at least three months prior to the annual meeting of the 
Association, which petition shall be referred to the Committee on Membership for its 
study of the petitioning church's covenant, articles of faith, history, practices, co- 
operative spirit, its relations to other member churches of the Association, and its 
willingness to abide by the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association. The Com- 
mittee on Membership shall then report to the Association at its annual meeting its 
findings and recommendations for Associational action. 

By-Law IV Duties of Officers 

SECTION 1 . The AADde rotor shal I preside over the meetings of the body according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees, Committee on 

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Place and Preacher, Committee on Resolutions, and Committee on Enrollment. He 
shall be chairman of the Executive Board, and be an ex officio member of all other 
committees. 

SECTION 2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, 
of the moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at 
least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute at the annual meet- 
ing mimeographed copies of the Digest of these reports, make an accurate record of 
the proceedings of the Association, supervise, the printing and distributing of min- 
utes to the member churches within sixty days after the annual meeting, keep on file 
copies of minutes, records and other documents of the Association, and also, serve 
OS secretary of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association In 
the name of the Association; disburse the same upon Instructions from the Association, 
Its Executive Board, or as designated In the Budget; render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements and distribute same at the annual meeting and give an 
oral report at each quarterly Executive Board Meeting; and keep books available 
and up to date for examination. 

The Chairman of the Finance Committee shall hove the authority to act for the 
Treasurer in the event the Treasurer Is Incapacitated. 

SECTION 5. The Music Director shall be In charge of the music program of the 
Association at and between annual meetings. 

SECTION 6. The Auditor shall at the close of the Assoclotlonal year make an 
audit of the Treasurer's records. 

SECTION 7. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
meeting of the Association. 

By-Law V. Duties of Committees. 

SECTION 1. The Committee on Order of Business shall be composed of three 
members and the Moderator, Clerk, and Music Director. It shall prepare a printed 
program of the annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons 
on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It 
shall in the opening of the annual meeting of the Association present the printed pro- 
gram for adoption and serve through the sessions when adjustments in the order of 
business become necessary. 

SECTION 2. The Committee on Missions 

(1) This Committee shall be composed of one representative each from the 
Assoclotlonal Brotherhood and W.M.U., the treasurer, each of the directors of As- 
soclationai Ministries, and three additional members elected by the Association to 
serve three > aars on a rotating basis. It shall work with the Superintendent of Mis- 
sions in promoting the work In the Association, and lead and assist In organizing new 
churches and in beginning new mission stations. 

(2) If such odvlse is sought, it shall advise any group seeking to organize a 
new church. It shall also seek to help any member church desiring assistance with its 
problems. 

(3) When without a Superintendent of Missions, this Committee shall seek out 
and recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for election a new Super- 
intendent of Missions according to By-Law VII, Section 1 . 

(4) This Committee shell seek out and recommend to the Association, or its 
Executive Board, any salaried personnel relating to mission ministries according to 
By-Law VIII, Section 1. 

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SECTION 3. The Committee on Evangelism, composed of three members, shell 
promote the work of evangelism in the Association In cooperation with the Association 
and the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to be subject to the 
approval of the Association or Its Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Committee on Finance, composed of five members and Treas- 
urer, shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate program, present 
a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans for securing the co- 
operation of the churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and make a written 
report to the annual meeting. 

SECTION 5. The Committee on Ordinations, composed of five members, shall, 
when requested by a member church, assist with the examination and ordination of a 
candidate for the Gospel Ministry. Each candidate shall be examined as to his 
Christian experience, call to and preparation for the ministry, doctrinal beliefs, and 
attitude toward our Denomination and Its program. 

SECTION 6. The Committee on Memorials, composed of three members, shall 
bring a report at the annual meeting and lead In a memorial service In memory of 
those reported by the churches as deceased since the last annual meeting. 

SECTION 7. The Committee on Nominations, composed of seven members, shall 
contact and nominate at the April meeting of the Association the officers and trustees 
of the Association according to Article VI and VII of the Constitution. This Com- 
mittee shall also fill vacancies which occur between April meetings of the Asspclo- 
tion among persons which were nominated by this Committee. This Committee's nom- 
inations shall not preclude other nominations from the floor. 

SECTION 8. The Committee on Constitution, composed of five members, shall 
be available to study any changes or revisions In the Constitution, and to make rec- 
ommendations as needed to keep the Constitution in line with the policies and pro- 
grams of the Association. 

SECTION 9. The Committee on Membership, composed of five members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth In the Constitution and By-Laws, Article III, Section 
3 and By-Lxiws III). 

SECTION 10. The Committee on Committees, composed of seven members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth In the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1), and shall 
assist the Executive Board In filling vacancies on all other standing committees oc- 
curring between sessions. This Committee shall also name the chairman of each com- 
mittee. 

SECTION 1 1 . The Committee on Place and Preacher, composed of five members, 
shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of meeting for the next 
annual meeting of the Association, and shall recommend the place or places. It shall 
also recommend the preacherand alternate for the annual and doctrinal sermons which 
shall be given one on the first day and the other on the second day to be alternated 
from year to year. 

SECTION 12. The Committee on Resolutions, composed of five members, shall 
draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation and any other res- 
olutions it may deem expedient. 

SECTION 13. The Committee on Enrollment, composed of five members, shall 
prepare for and direct the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. Each 
messenger shall be enrolled only once during the annual meeting. Also, this Com- 
mittee shall be prepared to report on enrollment as called for during the sessions. 

SECTION 14. The Properties Committee shall be composed of five members and 
shall be responsible for the upkeep of all properties owned or leased by the Associa- 
tion or its Trustees. 

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SECTION 15. The Baptist Emergency Home Committee shell be composed of 
three members who will work with the Director of the Home and shall keep the As- 
sociation informed as to the needs and opportunities at the Home. 

By-Law VI Trustees 

The legal title to all real and personal property of the Association shall be vested 
in the trustees and their successors in such office. The said trustees may convey said 
property by proper legal Instruments pursuant to resolutions adopted and approved by 
the Association or its Executive Board. They shall handle all legal matters of the 
Association under the direction of the said Association or its Executive Board. See 
Article VII of the Constitution. 

By-Law VII Superintendent of Missions 

SECTION 1. His selection shall be upon recommendation of the committee on 
Missions and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, between sessions 
of the Association, by its Executive Board. He shall be a member of all committees 
and organizations of the Association in a serving and advisory capacity. The re- 
lationship between the Association and its Missionary may be terminated by either 
party upon the giving of reasonable notice. 

SECTION 2. The Associational Missionary shall promote the work of the Associa- 
tion and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their pastors and officers, and 
the Associational committees and organizations. He shall moke a quarterly report to 
the Executive Board, and an annual report to the Association. 

SECTION 3. Job Description: 

PROMOTION 

1. That the State Board will have certain policies and methods of operation 
which the Superintendent of Missions and the missions committee should be familiar 
with and use as a guide. 

2. That the primary responsibility for planning and executing the work shall be 
carried out by him in collaboration with the associational missions committee. 

3. A well rounded program including all phases of needed work should be planned 
and patiently and faithfully promoted. 

4. The Superintendent of Missions shall, upon request, provide a list ofqualified 
persons who may be considered by churches seeking pastors. 

Primary Missions 

1. We recognize that the heart of an associational missions program Is the Super- 
tendent of Missions and a good associational missions committee. 

2. That the beginning and operation of missions projects promoted by the Super- 
intendent of Missions be church-sponsored. 

3. Conduct surveys to ascertain community needs. 

4. Whenever the associational budget does not provide funds for primary missions, 
we recommend that the Superintendent of Missions, finance committee, missions com- 
mittee consult together and suggest ways and means whereby funds may be raised for 
promoting new work or strengthening work already established. 

5. The Superintendent of Missions shall have the administrative responsibility 
for all personnel related to the Association's mission ministries. 

Education 
1 . That the missions committee, and Superintf ndent of Missions with whatever 
aid they moy require from the associational resources, seek to visit each church In 
the association in the interest of strengthening the work in the local church and im* 

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proving the relationship between the churcfies and the association. 

2. Publication of activities. 

3. Promotion of Vacation Bible Schools and Study Courses. 

4. An attempt be made, on associational level, to assist local churches where 
needed in getting young people and leadership to state and southwide summer as- 
semblies. 

Should there occur, at any time, a grievance on the part of the Superintendent 
of Missions and/or the association, they may approach and consult with the moderator, 
chairman and vice-chairman of the missions committee. 

By-Law VIII Salaried Personnel 

The election of salaried personnel relating to mission ministries shall be upon 
recommendation of the Committee on Missions and on vote by the Association at its 
Annual Meeting, or between sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. 

By-Law IX Annual Reports 

Persons who are to bring reports to the annual meeting of the Association shall 
present the same to the Superintendent of Missions or Clerk, two weeks prior to the 
annual meeting In order for these to be included in the Book of Reports, which will 
be given to all messengers at the annual sessions. 

By-Law X Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual meeting of 
the Association when presenting In writing at said meeting and approved by a majority 
of the messengers present and voting. 

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE 
MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

This Is to certify that the (name of Church) 

of (address) In 

church conference (date) , voted to moke formal 

application for membership In the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Association, and 
pledges Itself to support the Baptist Denomination and Its program of carrying out Our 
Lord's Commands within the Association, the State, the Homeland, and throughout 
the world. It has been read before the congregation, and approved, the "Articles of 
Faith" known and commonly accepted by Baptists as the "New Hampshire Confession 
of Faith." It further pledges Itself to live by the "Church Covenant" of a Missionary 
Baptist Church. It declares Itself to be a duly constituted and organized Missionary 
Baptist Church, and will maintain this status at all time, or will voluntarily withdraw 
from the Association. 

It understands that upon submitting this application to the annual session of the 
Association, and If the Association receives the application. It will be referred to 
the Executive Board of the Association for study and investigation. The church main- 
tains the status of Associate Membership until such time, as the Executive Board 
makes a favorable recommendation that it be received into full membership with all 
the rights and privileges. 

(Signed) Pastor 

Clerk 

Deacon 

Deacon 

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PROCEEDINGS 

First Day, Tuesday October 18, 1977 

West Hill Baptist Church 

MORNING SESSION 

1 . The 108th annual session of the Mount ZIon Baptist Association was called 
to order by the Moderator Thomas E. Hill, layman, Holly Hill Baptist Church. 

2. A cordial welcome was extended to all by Charles Harward, pastor of host 
church. A devotional period was then conducted by Pastor Harward. 

3. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, made a roll call of the Churches. 

4. After the roll call the clerk. Freeman Cooper, made a motion that the mes- 
sengers registered and those who would register in the following sessions would con- 
stitute the body for the Associational meetings of the 108th annual session. This 
motion was adopted . 

5. Charles McMillan, representing the Order of Business Committee, presented 
the program as shown on pages 1 and 2 in the Book of Reports and moved for its 
adoption. It was affirmed. 

MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING 

October 18- 19, 1977 

Theme: "Let the Church Reach Out - Boldly" 

Tuesday, October 18, 1977 - "Let Us Be Bold In Missions and Ministries" 
West Hill Baptist Church 

A.M. 

9:00 Coffee Time 

9:25 Devotional & Welcome Rev. Charlie Harward 

9:35 Presentation of Order of Business Charles Lemley 

9:40 Roll Call of Churches Charles L. McMillan 

9:45 Enrollment of Messengers Mr. Freeman Cooper 

9:50 Report of the Executive Committee 

and Committee Appointments Mr. Tom Hill 

10:00 H/mn 

10:05 Treasurer's Report Mr. Graham Rogers 

10:10 Report of Missions Committee Mr. Johnny Greene and Craig Weaver 

10:30 Recognition of Convention Representatives 

10:35 Bold Missions and the Family Dr. Charles Petty 

11:05 Hymn ,^ ,, 

11:10 Miscellaneous 

11:20 Special Music Robert Sparks 

11:25 Doctrinal Message Rev. Earl Epperson 

Tuesday, October 18, 1977 - "Let Us Be Bold In Church Development" 
City Lake Baptist Church 



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P.M. 



7:00 


Music 


7:15 


Welcome and Devotional 


7:25 


Hymn 


7:30 


Finance CommiUee Report (Budget) 


7:40 


Report of Organizations 




Sunday School 




W.M.U. 




Brotherhood 




Music 


8:00 


Hymn 


8:05 


Special Study Committee Report 


8:20 


Miscellaneous Business 


8:30 


Report of Time, Place, and Preacher 




Committee 


8:35 


Special Music 


8:40 


Christian Education Report 



8:55 Membership Committee Report 
9:00 Right Hand of Fellowship 
9:00 Benediction 



Rev. Joe Lang 

Mr. Terrell Duncan 

A. V. Washburn 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley 

Mr. H. G. (Pete) Foster 

Mrs. Julius Thompson 

Rev. Elliott Hill 



Choir** 
Larry Williams, 
Meredith College Campus Minister 



Rev. Monty Fox 



Wednesday, October 19, 1977 "Let Us Be Bold In Outreach and Evangelism 
First Baptist Church of Elon College 



A.M. 




9:00 


■', [ ' *' '^ 
Fellowship 


9:25 


Devotional and Welcome 


9:35 


Emergency Home 


9:45 


Mission Boldness in Helping Children 


10:10 


Hymn 


10:15 


Reports of Committees 




Nominating Committee 




Committee on Committees 




Ordination Committee 




Evangelism Committee 


r 


Memorial Committee 




Constitution Committee 




Resolutions Committee 


10:35 


Miscellaneous Business 


10:55 


Hymn 


11:00 


Report of Superintendent of Missions 


11:20 


Recognition of Convention Representatives 


11:25 


Special Music 


11:30 


Annual Sermon > 



Rev. W. T. Cockman 
Dr. W. R. Wagoner 



Mr. S. T. Hearne 
Mr. Thomas B. Vines 

Dr. Dale Steele 
Miss Lenna Rudd 

Rev. Larry Knowles 



Margaret Cantrell 
Rev. Elmer Joyner 



Special music for Tuesday evening, October 18 provided by Jack Currin, Soloist 
and the choirs of City Lake, Fellowship, Glen Hope, and Graham First Baptist 
Churches. 



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6. Thomas E. Hill, Moderator, gave the report of the Executive Committee as 
given on page 29 of the Book of Reports. 

7. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "We've A Story To Tell." 

8. Graham Rogers, Associational Treasurer, presented his report as given on 
pages 30 and 31 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

9. Johnny Greene, Chairman of the Missions Committee, presented the mis- 
sions report as given on pages 26 and 27 in the Book of Reports. This report was 
adopted by the messengers. Chairman Greene also called attention to "Mount Zion 
Concerns" as given on page 18 of the Book of Reports. 

10. Charles McMillan that, for anyone who would like to attend, the Gaffney 
Association in South Carolina was honoring Frank Ingram on October 25th in Gaffney 
upon his retirement. Frank is a former Director of Missions in our Association. 

11 . Craig Weaver, of the Pastoral Care Department of Baptist Hospital, explained 
the scope of outreach of this ministry and went into detail regarding the counselling 
service given in the Associational office. 

12. There were no Convention representatives present to be recognized other 
than those on the program. 

13. Dr. Charles Petty gave a very inspirational talk on "Bold Missions and The 
Family". 

14. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "The Morning Light Is 
Breaking". 

15. Thomas E. Hill, Moderator, called attention to the list of Committees ap- 
pointed by the moderator as given on page 8 of the Book of Reports. 

16. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of. 

17. Registration report by the clerk revealed there were 133 messengers and 29 
visitors registered with a total attendance of 162. 

18. The Director of Counselling Services at Gardner-Webb college was recog- 
nized and spoke briefly on his work at the college. 

19. Elliott Hill gave a summary report of the recommendations of the Associa- 
tional Study Committee as shown on pages 11, 12, and 13 of the Book of Reports. 
Pastor Hill asked the messengers to study the recommendations for they would be voted 
on at a later session. 

20. Special music was rendered by Robert Sparks of Burlington, First. 

21 . The doctrinal sermon was preached by Rev. Earl Epperson, pastor of Edgewood 
Baptist Church. 

22. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Epperson. 

EVENING SESSION 
City Lake Baptist Church 

23. The messengers and visitors joined in singing the first verse of ten different 
hymns. 

24. Moderator Thomas E. Hill called the night session to order. 

25. Joseph D. Long, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and stated a period 
of fellowship would be held in the Fellowship Hall at the close of the session. Pastor 
Lang then conducted a devotional period. 

26. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "Stand Up, Stand Up For 
Jesus". 

27. Terrell Duncan, Chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the new As- 
sociational Budget as shown on page 32. This budget was adopted by the messengers. 

28. The Director of Missions called attention to the Sunday School Report as 

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shown on pages 14 and 15 of the Book of Reports. This report was odopted. The 
Director of Missions then played a tope by A. V. Mashburn on Sunday School work. 

29. Mrs. Marvin Brodley presented the WMU Report as shown on pages 15 and 
16 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

30. H. G. Foster presented the Brotherhood Report as shown on page 14 of the 
Book of Reports and was adopted. 

31. Mrs. Julius F. Thompson, Jr. gave the Music Report which was adopted. 

32. The messengers and visitors joined in singing "O A/bster Let Me Walk With 
Thee". 

33. Elliott Hill presented the Special Study Report that was explained at the 
morning session and Is shown on pages 11, 12, and 13 of the Book of Reports. This 
report was adopted by the messengers. 

34. In the miscellaneous business, Rev. Bob Brizendlne read the proposed Con- 
stitutional changes that would be voted on In the Wednesday morning session. 

35. H. G. Foster presented the Time, Place, and Preacher Report as given on 
page 26 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

36. Special Music was rendered from members of the choirs of City Lake, Fel- 
lowship, Glen Hope, and Graham, First Churches with Jack Currin, Soloist. 

37. Larry Williams, Campus Minister of Meredith College, was unable to attend 
to give the Christian Education Report and in Its place Charles McMillan gave a 
report on the upcoming World Mission Conference to be held In the Association.* 

38. Larry Thompson presented the Report of the Membership Committee as shown 
on page 21 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

39. Members of the Colonial Hills Baptist Church come to the front of the Church 
and were given the right hand of Christian Fellowship. Pastors and their wives also 
come to the front and were treated likewise. 

40. The meeting wasad|ourned with prayer by Rev. Monty Fox, pastor of Colonial 
Hills Church. 

41 . After adjournment, refreshments were served in the Fellowship Hall. 

Second Day, Wednesday October 19, 1977 

Elon College, First Baptist Church 

MORNING SESSION 

42. Thomas E. Hill, Moderator, colled themorning session to order at 9:25 A. M. 

43. W. T. Cockman, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and then con- 
ducted devotional period. 

44. Donna Lail, director, gave a report on the Associational Emergency Home. 

45. The Director of Missions Informed the messengers that the Mount Zion Church 
had donated 30 acres of land as a site for a new Emergency Home. 

46. The Moderator presented the Report of the Ordinations Committee as shown 
on page 26 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

47. Dr. Dole O. Steele presented the Evangelism Report as given on page 23 of 
the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

48. Dr. W. R. Wagoner spoke on Mission Boldness In Helping Children. 

49. Mrs. W. R. Wagoner spoke on Child Development and Family Education. 

50. The messengers stood and song the hymn "All Hall The Power of Jesus' 
Nome. " 

51 . The Moderator presented the Report of the Nominating Committee as given 
on page 7 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

52. Thomas Vines presented the Committee on Committees Report as given on 

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pages 8 and 9 of the Book of Reports and was adopted . 

53. A memorial to the membership in our Churches deceased during the past year 
was conducted by Miss Lenna Rudd. Miss Rudd moved that the 1977 Minutes of the 
Association bededicated to the memory of Rev. G.W. Swinney, Mr. Lonnie Rhodes, 
and Mrs. R. Homer Andrews. This motion was adopted. 

54. Moderator Hill presented the Constitutional changes that hod been read at 
a previous session. These changes were adopted by the messengers. 

55. Rev. Larry Knowles presented the report of the Resolutions Committee which 
is shown elsewhere in the Minutes. This report was adopted. 

56. During the period of miscellaneous business, Dr. Ralph E. Jones brought a 
report from the General Board, Rev. Ondro Block asked for a clarification of the 
quarterly meetings which was given by the Director of Missions. 

57. Moderator Hill recognized all the new pastors in the Association. 

58. The messengers stood and sang the hymn "To God Be The Glory". 

59. Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, gave his report as shown on pages 
10 and n of the Book of Reports. 

60. There were no Convention Representatives present to be recognized. 

61. Special music "Victory in Jesus" was rendered by Miss Margaret Cantrell 
of Grove Park Church. 

62. Rev. Elmer L. Joyner, of the Eastlawn Baptist Church, presented the Annual 
Sermon . 

63. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Dr. Carlton S. Prickett, retired 
pastor of the First Baptist Church, Burlington. 



REPORTS 
1978 CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 1978 

JANUARY "Don't Get Snowed Under; Attend January Bible Study Week" 

1 Time to make reservations for Camps and Assemblies this summer 

2- 6 JANUARY BIBLE STUDY - EXODUS 

3 Mt. Zion Missions Committee Meets 

9 EXECUTIVE Committee Meeting (Doctrinal Emphasis) 

13-14 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

15 WMU Council 

16 Pastors' Conference 
22 Baptist Men's Day 

24 Associational Council 
27-28 Lay Wi'ness Annual Meeting 

FEBRUARY "His" love is all encompassing; Share Christ with the Whole World" 

6- 7 Statewide Evangelism Conference, War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro 

12-18 WMU Focus Week 

13-14 Pastor and Wife Banquet and Workshop 

17-18 Interviews for Summer Mission Opportunities 

18 Regional Children's Choir festivals 

19 Baptist Homes for the Aging Offering Day . "^^ 
24-26 Baptist Men's Retreat, Caraway 

24-26 High School Senior's Retreat 

28 Associational Council 
28-Mar. 1 VBS Clinic, Caraway 

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MARCH "The March Wind Blows in the DirecHon of Home Missions" 

2 Urban Missions Conference, High Point (N. Main St. Church) 

3- 4 State Youth Choir Festivals 

5-12 Week of Prayer For Home Missions 

13 VBS— Pastors and VBS Directors "Early Bird Meeting" 

14 WMU Annual Session, Cumberland Co. Memorial Auditorium, Fayetteville 
17-19 Pioneer R.A. Congress 

20 Mt. Zion Pastors' Conference 

21 WMU Annual Meeting, Glen Hope Baptist Church 
26 EASTER 

28 Associational Council 

APRIL "All Your Eggs in One Basket? Spread Out " 

7 Missions Committee 
6 Acteens Activity 

8 Children's Choir Festivals 

10 EXECUTIVE BOARD (Evangelism and Outreach Emphasis) 

10-12 National Conference on Preaching, Charlotte 

10-12 N.C. Religious Education Association, Caraway 

14-15 Church Media Center/ Library Conference, Raleigh 

14-15 American Campcraft Workshop, Caraway 

15 G.A. Activity 

16 Cooperative Program Day In the Churches 
17-19 N.C. Baptist Music Conference, Caraway 

19-21 Teacher and Interpreter Conference - Deaf Ministry 

17 Pastors' Conference 

18 WMU Council 

20 Brotherhood Directors Planning Meeting 

21-22 Baptist Women's Retreat 

22 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

24 ASSOCIATIONAL VBS CLINIC ' 

25 ASSOCIATIONAL Council 
28-29 RA Camp (Grades 1-3) Caraway 

Baptist Young Men's Retreat 
Youth Convention, Greensboro 

MAY "Christian Home Week" 

5- 6 State Adult Choir Festivals 
BYW Retreat - Mundo Vista 

8- 9 Marriage Readiness Conference '"""' 

14 Mother's Day 

14-19 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

15-17 Associational Leadership Training Conference, Ridgecrest 

19-20 State RA Track Meet 

22 Pastors Conference :^ 

22-25 Senior Adult Conference - Caraway 

25-26 State Conference on Aging (Church Staff and Volunteer Leaders) 

26-27 State Correctional Ministries Conference, Caraway 

30 Associational Council 



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JUNE "Where Am I Going?" 

J Children's Bible Drill 

11-12 National WMU Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia 

13-15 Southern Baptist Convention, Atlanta, Georgia 

18 Father's Day 

Baptist College Day and Scholarship Offering 

19 Pastor and Wife Meeting 

19-24 Church Ministries and Training Week, Caswell 

26- July 1 Children's Choir Camp, Caswell 

JULY "Christian Ideals can Become American Ideals" 

3- 7 Week of Study and Fellowship, Mars Hill College 

6 Missions Committee 

10 Executive Board AAeets (Election of Officers) 

13 Nominating Committee 

10-15 World Missions Week 

10-15 Children's Choir Camp - Fruitland 

18 WMU Council 

19-23 Baptist Youth World Conference 

24-29 Youth-Adult Music Week-Caswel I 

24 Brotherhood Directors Planning 

25 Associational Council 

31 -August 5 Youth Conference, Caswell 

AUGUST "Our Young People Are Our Greatest Resource" 

5-11 WMU Conference - Ridgecrest 

7- 8 Church Ministries & Training Associational 

Officers Workshop, Caraway 

7-12 YOUTH Conference - Caswell 

10 Acteens Activity 

14-15 Church Council Workshop (Association-wide) 

14-16 "Happiness Retreat" for Exceptional Persons, Caraway 

18 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night 

19-25 Student Week at Ridgecrest 

25-26 Associational Officers' Workshop 

27 On To College Sunday 

29 Associational Council 

SEPTEMBER "Put Your Best Foot Forward" 

1- 2 ^swciafonal Officers Workshop (WMU) AAjndo Vista 

3- 9 Brotherhood Leadership Week 

8- 9 Brotherhood Leadership Training Retreat, Caraway 
8- 9 Associational Officers Workshop (WMU) Mundo Vista 

15-16 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat - Caraway 

18 Pastors' Conference 

18-20 Multivention, Caraway 

22-24 Business and Professional Men's Retreat, Caraway 

24-Oct. 1 Sunday School Preparation Week 

25 Sunday School Leadership Clinic 

26 WMU Leadership Conference 
26 Associational Council 



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OCTOBER "Looking for Something to Invest In?" 

3 Tv^lssions Committee 

4 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in Churches 
6- 7 BYW Convention - Ridgecrest 

6- 7 Age Group Sunday School Leadership Training, Caraway 

9 Executive Board (Missions and Ministries) 

1 1 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in Churches 

13-14 Younger Crusader RA Camp - Caraway 

13-15 Deacons Retreat - Caraway 

16 Pastors' Conference 

17-18 Annual Meeting, Mt. Zion Association 

18 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in Churches 

20-21 Baptist State Student Convention - Ridgecrest 

20-22 Career and Professional Women's Retreat - Ridgecrest 

20-22 Senior Men's Retreat/Oversees Missions Retreat 

23-28 Associational Church Recreation Methods and AAaterials Clinics 

24 WMU Council 

27-28 Pioneer RA Officers' Workshop, Caraway 

28 Baptist Women's Prayer Retreat 

25 Cooperative Program Prayer Emphasis in Churches 
31 Associational Council 

NOVEMBER "What Are You Thankful For?" 

3- 4 Cliairmen of Deacon's/ Pastors Conferences, Foyetteville 

3- 4 Training Retreat for Associational Acteens Officers, Mundo Vista 

6-12 Royal Ambassador Week 

9 Special Activities Workshop 

10 January Bible Study Preparations (Six Colleges and Southeastern Seminary) 

11-12 N.C. Baptist Men's Convention 

13-15 BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION - RALEIGH 

17-18 Training Retreat for Associational Acteens Officers, AAjndo Vista 

17-18 Crusader Royal Ambassador Congress 

17-18 Mental Retardation Seminar- Caraway 

19-22 Foreign Missions Graded Study 

20 Pastors' Conference 

26 Children's Home Offering 

27 "M" Night 

28 Associational Council 

DECEMBER "Another Year Passes . . . What Hove We Done?" 

3-10 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

18 Pastors' Conference 

19 Associational Council 
25 CHRISTMAS DAY 

31 Student Day at Christmas 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 

The regular quarterly meeting of the Mt, Zlon Executive Board was held on 
January 10, 1977 with 26 in attendance representing 18 churches, at which the dif- 
ferent committee reports were presented and approved. 

Information concerning committees to serve during the World Missions Conference 
was shared by Charles McMillan. The moderator, Tom Hill, named the committee 
to study the structure and activities of the Association. 

Rev. Charles McMillan presented, for approval, on agreement with the Pastoral 
Care Department of Baptist Hospital and an agreement with N.C. Baptist Children's 
Homes for the operation of the Emergency Home. An announcement was made that 
the Pastoral Counseling would begin on January 13, 1977. 

The regular quarterly meeting was held April 11,1977 with 24 in attendance 
representing 14 churches. A devotional by Dr. James Ballard, opened the meeting. 
Regular committee reports were presented and approved. 

During the regular quarterly meeting held July 11, 1977, the trustees, C. R. 
Byrd, Forrest Hall, and Paul J. Craig, were authorized to borrow a loan of $10,000 
at 8 3/4% interest fora period of 15 years, to be repaid at the monthly rote of $99.95. 
Explanation was made that the purpose of the loan was to take advantage of a verbal 
financial offer extended by the C. R. and Watson Byrd families. 

The quarterly meeting held October 10, 1977 was opened as the group.stood for 
a moment in silent memory of Jock Clark, formerassociational pastorand clerk after 
which regular committee reports were presented and approved. 

Three items of new business were presented: 

1 . The Finance Committee presented the associational budget for the new year, 
that after some discussion, was approved to be presented to the association for ap- 
proval. 

2. The Missions Committee recommended that a request be made to the Baptist 
State Convention for financial aid for an additional day of counseling in the as- 
sociational office. This recommendation was approved. 

3. The Missions Committee recommended that a request be made to the State 
Convention for financial assistance as follows: 

North Graham - Lot and Pastoral Aid $2,400.00 

Fellowship - Pastoral Aid 1,200.00 

The Executive Committee was challenged in "Bold Missions" by the presentation of 
responsibilities and needs around us, and some of the recommendations from the Study 
Committee were explained by the Superintendent of Missions. 
All new members of the Executive Committee were welcomed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Thomas E. Hill, Moderator 
Freeman O. Cooper, Clerk 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

I am excited about the work of the Association this year and the promise of the 
years to come. The Associational Study Committee appointed at last year's annual 
session has really tried to get input from the churches, and their report reflects ex- 
tensive study not only on the associational level but at both the state and Southern 
Baptist Convention levels. In fact, the committee's work Is being closely studied by 
many other associations and Baptist leaders. It is my prayer that we shall be led by 
God's Spirit as we seek to restructure the Association to make it a more effective 

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unit of Baptist life. 

This has been a good year for missions and ministries in our Association. A record 
Lottie Moon Offering for Foreign Missions has been followed by excellent offerings 
for Home and State Missions. As of this writing, the State Mission Offering in the 
Association was nearing $12,000, already $5,000 more than last year. 

The first year of the counseling family- life ministry has exceeded our expecta- 
tions. First, Bob Money, and now Craig Weaver have served our Association in a 
highly effective, although not highly visible, ministry. The need for expanding this 
ministry is obvious. 

The World Missions Conference has claimed a large part of ourattention this year, 
and excitement is growing and Intensifying as the time draws closer. Pray with us 
that God will touch the lives of a number of people to call them in+o ministry and 
missions during the emphasis. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION STUDY COMMITTEE 

At the one hundred seventh annual session of the Mount Zion Association mes- 
sengers established a special study committee for the purpose of reviewing the structure 
and function of our association. Ten individuals agreed to serve on this task force 
as representatives of our forty churches. An organizational meeting of the Associa- 
tion Study Committee was convened on February 17, 1977, at the Mount Zion As- 
sociational Office in Graham, N.C. Since its conception the Committee has en- 
deavored to evaluate ourossociation's function in the past and to projectan associa- 
tional vision for the future. 

In order to systematically evaluate our past together, we felt it important to 
solicit a direct response from each of our churches. Therefore, an evaluation survey 
was prepared and made available to churches as a guide in helping them to express 
their opinions and judgements concerning associationol structure and ministry. In 
reviewing these critiques, we hove discovered that the vast majority of responding 
churches ore extremely pleased with our associationol leadership and generally sat- 
isfied with the present associationol structure. As members of the A/bunt Zion As- 
sociation Study Committee we heartily endorse this positive reflection as shared by 
our local congregations. 

However, if we understand our commission as a special study committee, then we 
ore charged with the responsibility of projecting an associationol vision for the future. 
To be involved in a bold missions thrjst on the associationol level in the years to 
come, we must seriously consider adopting an expanded concept of Christian minis- 
try. In order to facilitate such a program, we need an associationol model that re- 
flects our desire for innovative ministries and ogressive mission outreach. 
I. With this in mind, we recommend the following objectives for the Mount Zion 
Baptist Association as an associationol model: 
—to provide for mutual encouragement and fellowship through the definition and 

practice of Baptist distinctives; 
—to consistently seek to confront everyone in ourarea with the claims of Christ 

on his/her life; 
—to encourage and facilitate church development and improvement; 
—to promote participation in missions and ministries on the foreign field, In 

the home land, in the state, and in the area of the local association; 
"to provide services to the churches as needed and desired. 
II. In order to meet these objectives we recommend the adoption of the following 
growth factors for the Mount Zion Baptist Associations 



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1 , Encourage and make provisions for the establishing of objectives by the 
grass-roots people of the cf^urcties. Implementation of this principle con 
be accomplished by the formation of an Association Relations Committee 
in each church, an annual dialogue with local church representatives, and 
through an invitation to the Superintendent of Missions to visit each church 
yearly for the explicit purpose of conducting a feed-back time on theas- 
sociational program. 

2. Develop a structure in the association that will facilitate the reaching of 
the determined goals and objectives of the associatiorT Implementation of 
this principle would necessitate fouradditional meetings of the association, 
one each quarter, based on a thematic approach as determined by the as- 
sociational model. We believe that the regular annual session should also 
continue to meet and only later be phased out if deemed feasible. The 
quarterly meetings should be held at night, with at least one of said meet- 
ings taking place on a Sunday evening in order to encourage maximum par- 
ticipation. In addition, it would help in the implementation of this prin- 
ciple, if associationa I officers were elected no later than April of each year. 

3. Involve more lay people in the decision-making process of associational 
life . Implementation of this principle would be enhanced if the association's 
constitution was amended as to allow at least ten messengers from each 
church with five of these messengers being leaders in local church organiza- 
tions. All messengers should be elected annually. The concept of quarterly 
meetings would be helpful in realizing this growth factor also. 

4. Communication must be improved dramatically. Implementation calls for 
helping more of our people see the associational office as a resource center 
for information. Furthermore, we believe thotadditional audio visual equip- 
ment such as a "Film O Sound" or video tape cassette recorder could be 
helpful. A concerted effort should be made to get The Mount Zion Courier 
into more homes. 

5. Improve Fellowship in the Association. This can be instigated through doc- 
trinal programs and discussions, the involvement of more people through 
associational ministry projects, and bi-partisan political alliances for the 
purpose of promoting Christian principles. 

6. Develop and Encourage pastoral support systems. The pastor and his family 
are under greater pressures than ever before and the denomination owes them 
quick and significant help. Pastoral growth groups and seminars should be 
enlarged. In addition, we believe that the contractual agreement we hove 
with N.C. Baptist Hospital for a trained counselor should be expanded to 
two c'lys o week. 

7. Increase financial support of the association. A great port of this report, as 
well OS the future ministries of ourossociotion, depends upon increased giving 
to the association. In order to realize this principle, each church needs to 
designate 4% of its annual budget to associational missions. 

8. Upgrade associational leadership . In order to implement this growth factor, 
we encourage the association to underwrite the expenses of all associational 
officers going to Ridgecrest for specialty training in their respective areas 
of service. Budgeted funds now specified for "convention and conference 
expense" should be used at the discretion of the associational staff. The 
Superintendent of Missions and the associational secretary should be given 
the opportunity to enhance their professional skills and expertise through 
additional training. 

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Mi. In conclusion, we racommend that the Associational Study Committee continue 
to function for another year and make a report at the 1978 annual session. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dr. Tom Denton, Choinnan 
Ms. Nancy Graves 
Ms. Li I lie /vtae Harden 
Ms. Nona Kay Bickerstaff 
Mr. James Dunn 
Rev. Elliott Hill 
Dr. Howard Silver 
Mr. Dolton Rhue 
Mr. Cecil Griffin 
Mr. Tom Hill, Moderator 
- Rev. Charles McMillan, ex officio 

A SPECIALIZED MINISTRY 

A remark often heard these days by Mr. Baptist is, "The Church simply must move 
out from within its own four walls." More and more, it Is doing just that. Pastors 
are Increasingly aware of the fact that their responsibility extends far beyond the 
boundaries of a circumscribed group known as "a membership". The problems of p 
much larger community lie at, or flow toward, their doors, clamoring for helpful 
solutions. Tragic accidents, long-term and sometimes terminal illnesses, frustrations 
associated with employment or the shifting population, the bent toward a dependence 
upon "crutches" of one sort or another by young and old alike. Insecurity of both the 
adolescent and the aging, devlslveness in groups from the family to the church — these 
are only a few of the problems that call. 

Pastors sometimes find themselves bowed so low beneath the load as to need help. 
The Mt. ZIon Baptist Association, convinced that something can be done to afford 
help, entered into a contractual agreement with the Pastoral Care Division of the 
North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc., February 20, 1977. This agreement provides 
that the Mt. ZIon Association furnish office and secretarial help for a minister of 
counseling and consultation to pastors, wives of pastors, and to individuals who may 
need and want such service. The counselor is from the Pastoral Core Division of the 
Hospital which receives on annual fee paid quarterly by the Mt. ZIon Association. 
Mr. Bob Money served as the first of these counselors, having begun his work in 
January, 1977. The first group of pastors met on March 3, 1977 and has met every 
Thursday since that time, with nine ministers participating. 

As evidence of that fact that the wives of pastors often shore the burdens of their 
husbands, and, being individuals of concern in their own right, hove problems of 
their own, fourteen ladies hove participated in sessions meeting once a month since 
March 17, 1977. 

In addition to these group sessions, fourteen persons hove received help through 
private counseling since January 20, 1977. 

When Mr. Money assumed a position In Tennessee, Mr. Craig Weaver succeeded 
him, August 25, 1977. He, like Mr. Money, maintains office hours from 9 o'clock 
a.m. until 5 o'clock p.m. each Thursday at the office of the Mt. ZIon Association, 
307 W. Harden Street, Graham, N.C. 

The overall purpose of this ministry Is best stated in the contract itself, which 
soys: "This agreement mode by the Department of Pastoral Core of the North Carolina 
Baptist Hospitals, Inc., and the Mt. Zion Baptist Association, for the purpose of 

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providing specialized ministries and pastoral care and counseling in the Mt. Zion 
Association, such as pastoral counseling, consultation and training for pastors, and 
enrichment opportunities for the community." 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. H. Waugh, Jr. 

Historian of Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Opening the door to Bold Missions cannot be a one-time thing; it is an operation 
that continues to explore new concepts even as the old are renev/ed, cast aside or 
enlarged upon. Your Missions Committee is endeavoring to help the churches reach 
out in as many phases as are practical. 

The Emergency Care Home is unique in filling particular needs in this area. And 
while these needs are being met, it can also fill a void that is occuring in the lives 
of church members. To become involved in this operation can be rewarding to many 
individuals. We urge you to expend great effort so the work moves progressively 
toward permanent facilities, greater capacity and more stability in operation. There 
are no permanent house parents at the Home at the present time, and a search is 
underway to fill this position. 

The Family Life Program has perhaps not exceeded our expectations, but certainly 
has outrun our preparations. This service must be expened to an additional day 
each week. Facilities also will have to be provided for expansion. 

In total involvement, the Puppet Ministry continues to be exciting. Under Mrs. 
Reu Hudson's guidance, stimulating programs remain the norm performed by church 
teams. Have yourchurch seek this service and explore your possibilities for teaching 
and outreach through puppetry. 

A person to fill the position of Volunteer-Coordinator is now being considered 
and the State and Home Mission Boards will be involved in the operation to the extent 
of a major portion of salary. Through this person, people with skills will meet with 
people who can use those skills for a richer life. 

A major emphasis has been placed on promotion of the World Missions Conference, 
and we look forward to a better understanding of Jesus' teaching that the Gospel 
cannot be kept, but given. We urge that each person take advantage of the oppor- 
tunity presented concerning World Missions. This is really reaching out. 

Pastoral aid for Fellowshipand Glencoe churches is being sought for the calendar 
year of 1978. 

Your Missions Committee solicits your ideas, methods, mechanics, manpower, and 
prayers as we seek to serve you through service to others thereby serving God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Johnny Greene, Chairman 
Associational Missions Committee 

STATE MISSIONS 1977 - OPENING THE DOOR TO BOLD MISSIONS 

We ore happy to report how our association did concerning the special day for 
State Missions throughout our state. 

The Mount Zion Association was challenged to give $25,000 as our part of the 
state goal of $1 ,385,000. As of September 18, 1977 the following indicates a partial 
result of our efforts: 

1. $11,436.49 or 44% had been given. 

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2. $7,168.00 was given in 1976. 

3. We have already given 62.6% more than we gave in 1976. 

4. Only 23 churches of 40 have reported. 

5. The 17 churches that have not reported could possibly give enough to 
exceed a 100% more given than In 1976. 

6. With an extra effort we could possibly reach 80% of our overall goal of 
$25,000. This would mean we gave $20,000. 

7. Five of our churches exceeded their suggested goal . 

8. Nine of our churches did not give to state missions in 1976. 

9. Four of these nine churches have given in 1977. We are waiting to hear 
from the other five churches. 

We are thankful to God for all the participating churches and we pray that the 
reports that will be forthcoming will help u^ come a little closer to our goal, better 
still to help us do what God would have us to do for our people in North Carolina. 

A word of appreciation for all the Associational Mission Interpreters is certainly 
in order. These fine dedicated Christians did such an outstanding job in getting the 
word out about State Missions. Through theirefforts we are all better informed about 
State Missions. A special "thank you" to: 

Edna Smith Frances Martin Dan Brock Lucy Smith C. W. Lee, Jr. 

J. H. Waugh Chuck Surles Lenna Rudd Tom Hill Rebecca Crawford 

Cecil Griffin James Dunn Bill Ingold Marsh Lyall Janice Nash 
Shirley Bradley Bill Donaldson Larry Durham Walker Martin Tom Hearne 
Graham Rogers ^ Nona Kay Bickerstaff 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Constitution Committee recommends the following changes in the Associa- 
tional Constitution: 
ARTICLE VI 

Section 2: The officers of the Association shall be elected at the April meeting 
of the Association for a term of one year each. The nominees shall 
be contacted and nominated by the Committee on Nominations. 
(By-Law V, Section 7) 
Section 3: Officers shall assume their duties at the close of the Apr! I meeting at 
which elected and shall serve until the next April meeting or until 
their successors are elected. 
BY-LAW V 

Section 7: (Committee on Nominations) (at the April meeting) 
to replace (on the last day of the Annual A/leetlng) 
Respectfully submitted. 
Bob Brizendlne, Acting Chairman 

: BROTHERHOOD 

I am grateful for this opportunity to share some urgent concerns. 
As we are opening the door for bold missions, I would challenge our Association 
to do at least five goals for 1978. 

1. Increase our enrolment by 31%. 

2. Increase our elected Brotherhood Directors by 28%. 

3. At least two training courses for Associational Leadership in Baptist men'sand 
boy's work. 

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4. Brotharhood Dlraetore^ Pbnntng mssMng on Q quarterly besli. 

5. At I sett threa Asioetatlonal Man Qnd Soys rGiliai. 

Wa hava had toma rael opportunltlai fhls past yaar to wltntisond do mlisfont^ 
but wa hava not always takan sdvontaga of thasa opportunities. 

Man and Boys, iat's do what wa can bafora It Is too Iota. 

Raspactfully submitted, 
H. G. Foster, Director 
Assoclatlonol Brotherhood 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Throughout the 1976-77 year the Sunday Schools of the Mount Z!on Association 
have experienced many victories as well as defeats. Surely we have learned much 
from each experience. Now let us take these experiences and join hands with the 
Lord and use them for His glory. 

This pasf year many of our churches took advantage of the "Teaching- Learning" 
experiences offered foreach age group in Sunday School. For the coming year there 
will be another of fhese planned on September 25, 1978. I would challenge eyery 
church in the Association to encourage their Sunday School leadership to take ad- 
vantage of this opportunity. 

One other major outreach effort to our people is Vacation Bible School, which 
does not have to be limited to the "younger generation" by any means. It can be 
used very effectively for adults, too» There will be a pastors and directors early 
bird meeting on March 13, 1978 to acquaint the pastors and directors with the pro- 
gram. Then on April 24, 1978, there will be a two-session training program for all 
Vacation Bible School workers. Please take advantage of this valuable training. 

Now let's consider some new work. In this year let's all give careful consider- 
ation to expanding our Sunday Schools through the "Action Program" or, perhaps you 
could try an "Adult Start-A-Class" emphasis in your church. We would be glad to 
lend a "helping hand" to any church wishing to do anything in this area. 

There is one other area of work that I would like to emphasize. That is in the 
area of senior adults. In my own church each Sunday as I watch the people from 
babies being carried by their parents right on through children, youth, and adults, 
I think "This is what it's all about." Then I see one of our ladles who has the dis- 
tinction of being "the most years young" in our church body, and ! know that all the 
effort is worthwhile. \ challenge every church to look carefully at their opportun- 
ities in the area of senior citizens and make every effort to reach these people. They 
have experience from their years of living that can be invaluable to our churches. 
Let's not let this wisdom go to waste. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. A. Taylor, Sunday School Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

WOAMN'S MISSIONARY UNION launched two special emphasis thisyear. The 
first emphasis Involved a three-year plan (1976-79) called "Teach Missions: to know, 
to grow." Because of this emphasis, a widespread campaign was launched to grow 
"knowbodies" by encouraging persons to subscribe to and use missions magazines. 

The second WMU emphasis, "Minding the Future", promoted the following age- 
level organizations: Acteens, Girls in Action and Mission Friends. Fortunate Is the 
preschooler who finds in his church through his Mission Friends organization a climate 

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In which he can grow in awareness that God loves him and all people. Our As- 
sociational Girls in Action had growing experiences through their Mission Fair and 
annual Sleep-In. Our Acteens became physically, emotionally, and spiritually in- 
volved in learning this year. They had four activities, one for each quarter. Four 
churches had Student Recognition Services: Burlington First, Hocutt Memorial, 
Kinnett Memorial, and Graham First (2). We had five Acteens working as staff 
members at Mundo Vista this summer: Naomi Statler, Lisa Willis, Debbie Kelly, 
Robin Davidson and Amy Biythe. Mt. Zion Association was well represented at the 
State Acteens Convention at Ridgecrest with 34 attending. 

We have 18 Baptist Young Women organizations. Our desire is to have an or- 
ganization in each of our 40 churches in Mt. Zion. Alamance is our newest BYW 
organization. BYW's involved themselves in a Missions Fair and a Prayer Retreat 
this year. Miss AAartha Franks led the Prayer Retreat on April 30 as they joined Yates 
and Raleigh Associations. 

Baptist Women's Prayer Retreat was October 30 at Mars Hill with Mrs. Albert 
Jackson leading the Bible study. In the study of Missions, Baptist Women find an 
excellent way to become interested, informed and involved Christians with concerns 
and visions world-wide in scope. 

A new officer has been at work this year. Edna Smith is WMU Mission Action 
Director, and she leads In strengthening or coordinating mission action work being 
done by churches In the association. Under her leadership, a Workshop was held in 
the fall including six conferences. A twelve-hour Literacy Workshop began May 30 
with twenty women receiving certificates (five are already involved in teaching 
Korean women to read English). Churches were Informed and some have begun a 
ministry at the Care-in Convalescent Home. Four women from Northside have begun 
a Prison Ministry through the Post Release Services Program, N.C. Correctional 
Center for Women at Raleigh. In a lot of ways, they are helping a resident since 
her release. WMU organizations in our association joined State WMUs In furnishing 
gifts for the Correctional Center at Christmas. 

The WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION held their seventy-first Annual session 
at Antioch hAarch 22, 1977. Mrs. R. Edward Gordon, missionary to the Philippines 
brought the message. Miss Betty Anne Mincey shared "Here Am I". Miss Mincey is 
now a Journeyman to Nigeria. The Girls in Action and the Royal Ambassadors from 
Riverside furnished the special music. Two hundred seventy-five registered for. the 
afternoon and evening sessions. 

We commend the following organizations for their achievements during the year 
1975-76: 

DISTINGUISHED ADVANCED MERIT 

Fairvlew Grove Park Burlington First 

Mebane First Hocutt Memorial Graham First 

(9 consecutive years) Northside Hillsborough First 

Moore's Chapel Kinnett Memorial 

West Hill Swepsonville 

The Lord is blessing us with marvelous opportunities I We pray for your support. 
If we ore to have ten thousand missionaries by the end of the 20th century, It will 
take not fust the women, but Brotherhood, postorand ministers of education all work- 
ing together. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Marvin Brodley, Jr., Director 
- ' Asioclatlonal W.M.U. 

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Seventy-first Annual Session 

WOMAN 'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

THEME: 

"LET THE CHURCH STAND UP" 

Antioch Baptist Church 

Chapel Hill, N.C. 

March 22, 1977 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr., Presiding ... 

AFTERNOON SESSION 
5:00 P.M. 

Organ Prelude 

Invocation Rev . Charles McMi I Ion 

Hymn: "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus" (Webb) No. 415 

Welcome Mrs. Charles Durham 

Business: 

Recognitions 

Place Committee , 

Election of Officers 

Hymn: "Send The Light" No. 457 

Our Challenge "State Missions" Mrs. J. M. Kirkman 

Our Challenge "Associational Missions" Rev. Charles McMillan 

Call to Prayer Mrs. Harry Andrews 

SUPPER '■ 

Served By Group ^1, Mrs. Herbert Hurst And 

Mrs. Harry Lake Brown, Leaders 

EVENING SESSION 
7:30 P.M. 

Organ Prelude 

Special /Aisic Riverside Baptist Church 

Girls In Action and Royal Ambassadors 

Hymn: "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus" (Geibel) No. 419 

Growing Knowbodies Mt, Zion Puppet Team 

Hymn: "Christ For The World We Sing" No. 458 

Offering 

Recognition of Posters and Wives Directors 

Here Am I Miss Betty Anne Mlncey 

Message From The Philllplnes Rev. and Mrs. R. Edward Gordon 

Prayer of Commitment Dr. Carlton Prickett 

Directing The Music Mrs. Julius Thompson 

Organist Mrs. Gene Wllllami 



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WOMANS MISSIONARY UNION 

MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

MARCH 1976 - FEBRUARY 1977 

Balance Brought Forward $ 870.59 

Receipts: 

Promotional Fund (20 Churches Contributing) $396.00 

Offering Annual yvteeting (March 1 976) 143.26 

Offering Leadership Conference 77.65 

Refund from BYW Dinner 45.00 

Total Receipts 661.91 

Grand Total $1,532.50 

Tota I Disbursements 753 . 1 

Balance in Bank | 779.40 

DISBURSEMENTS 
AAARCH 1976 - FEBRUARY 1977 

Baptist Women: 

Prayer Retreat Supplies $ 3.00 

Prayer Retreat Speakers, Mrs. Albert Jackson 10.00 

Mission Action Workshop Expense 8.63 

Baptist Young Women: 

State Convention Expense (Sharon Knight) 25.00 

Speaker - Dinner (Dr. Charles Petty) 25.00 

Supplies - Dinner 20.00 

Acteens: 

Officers Training Conference (reg. fee) 60.00 

Activities, Supplies and crafts 60.00 

WMU Annual Meeting : 

Speaker (Mrs. C. F. Clark) 35.00 

Mileage (Lee Keck) 15.00 

Supplies 37. 1 2 

Glossy Prints 6.24 

Girls In Action : 

Sleep In 40. 00 

WMU Workshop - Mundo Vista ; 120.00 

Mileage (two cars) 20.80 

State Convention Expense ; 

WMU Director 23.27 

Directors of oil Age Levels - Ridgecrest; 

Missions Friends - Rachel Cain 25 . 00 

Girls In Action- Lillie Mae Harden 25.00 

Acteens - Beverly Alford, AAarie Webster 50.00 

Baptist Women - Louise Booth 25.00 

WMU - Mrs. M. R. Bradley 25.00 

Postage^ Treasurer's and Secretory Supplies ; , 23 . 58 

Directories 20.00 

Sunday School Board Age Level Suppllei; 31,10 



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Miscellaneous; 

. Gift - Louise Booth (illness) 9.36 

Memorial, A^rion Nicholson 10.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 753. 10 



ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

On three occasions the Ordinations Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association 
was requested to examine candidates for ordination during the year 1 976-77. On 
January 3, 1977, Steve Crouse was examined at the request of the Glen Hope Baptist 
Church. On Febnjory 28, 1977, Felton Massey was examined at the request of the 
Altamahaw Baptist Church. And on May 25, 1977, Ernie Keck was examined at the 
request of First Baptist of Mebane and Mt. Adar. The Ordinations Committee un- 
animously approved the candidate in each case. We found these men to be com- 
mitted Christians with a clear calling to the ministry. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. Christopher White, Chairman . 

Ordinations Committee 

TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The Time, Place and Preacher Committee recommends that the 109th Annual 
Meeting of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association be held Tuesday, October 17, and 
October 18, 1978. 

The Committee recommends that the Tuesday morning session be heidat First Bap- 
tist Church, Hillsborough, the Tuesday evening session at the First Baptist Church, 
Graham, and the Wednesday morning session at Altamahaw Baptist Church. 

The Committee further recommends that the Annual Sermon be brought by Rev. 
W. T. Cockman with Frank Haith as alternate, and that Howard Silver deliver the 
doctrinal Sermon with Curtis Oakley serving as alternate. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Chairman 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Membersiiip Committee recommends that the Colonial Hills Baptist Church of 
Hillsborough be admitted as a member church of our association. 

We welcome this church Into our membership. ,. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Rev. W. T. Cockman, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

WHEREAS, this 108th annual session of the Mount Zion Boptlst Association hos 
been graciously and warmly received by the West Hill Baptist Church, the City Lake 
Baptist Church, and the Elon First Baptist Church, and whereas, this Assoclotlon of 
churches has been led by very capable leadership: 

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BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION 

(1) to these host churches and their pastors for their hospitality and the use of their 
facilities; 

(2) to our Moderator, Tom Hill, and the other Associational officers for providing 
leadership throughout the session; 

(3) to the various committees, speakers, and musicians for a most informative and 
Inspiring session; 

(4) to our Director of Missions, Charles McMillan, for his capable and dedicated 
leadership In the work of this Association; 

(5) and to Mrs. Reu Hudson, Associational Secretary, for her fine cooperation and 
assistance In the work of the churches. 

MOUNT ZION CONCERNS 

Pray that each church will have an active W.M.U. , Brotherhood and Youth Or- 
ganization. 

Pray for volunteers for: 

Sponsors for youth in trouble ^ 

Sponsors for prison inmates 

Tutors for the Emergency Home 

Rest Home helpers 

Literacy teachers 

Spanish-speaking interpreters 

Meals on wheels 

Transportation for the elderly and invalid 

AAjsIc evangelism team 

Visitation team 

Drama team 

Puppet team 

Resort ministry teams 

Couples for renewal ministry 

Couples for family enrichment 

Fire disaster teams 

Survey teams 

Couples for home Bible fellowships 

Backyard Bible study leaders 

Campers on Mission 

Sunday-school age group leaders for clinics 

Pray for funds to: 

Buy land for a new Emergency Home 

Build a new Emergency Home 

Build an addition to the associational office 

Provide an additional secretary In the associational office 

Increase the number of Church Development clinics 

Double the amount of time the Baptist Hospital counselor is available 

Buy or lease a van for puppet ministry 



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DIGEST OF LETTERS 1976-77 







Total 


Members 


G 


ifts 


Total 


% Gifts 






Member- 


Per 


Total Per 


Mission 


to 


Baptisms 


ship^ 


Baptism 


Gifts Me 


mber 


Gifts 


Missions 


Alamance, 1st 


15 


256 


17 $ 


38,949 $152 


$ 6,819 


18 


Altamahaw 


17 


584 


34 


82,894 


142 


8,957 


11 


Antioch 


2 


387 


194 


44,425 


115 


6,561 


15 


Bethel 





209 


- 


16,452 


79 


1,448 


9 


Brookwood 


4 


170 


43 


31,156 


183 


3,294 


11 


Burlington, 1st 


3 


1,530 


510 


316,379 


207 


77,388 


24 


Olivary 
















Cane Creek 


4 


237 


59 


33,436 


141 


8,612 


26 


City Ljoke 


2 


187 


94 


28,906 


155 


3,277 


11 


Colonial Hills 


2 


55 


28 


17,149 


312 


942 


5 


Cross Roads 





229 


- 


21,407 


93 


3,215 


15 


Eastlawn 


12 


435 


36 


69,941 


161 


4,188 


6 


Edgewood 


6 


179 


30 


23,239 


130 


3,217 


14 


Elon College, 1st 


2 


311 


156 


48,189 


139 


650' 


2 


Fairview 





220 


- 


31,929 


145 


6,507 


20 


Fellowship 





211 


- 


20,179 


96 


3,311 


16 


Glen Hope 


2 


923 


462 


155,331 


168 


23,879 


15 


Glen Raven 


11 


181 


16 


41,907 


232 


2,852 


7 


Glencoe 


7 


231 


33 


25,238 


109 


3,023 


12 


Graham, 1st 


23 


1,189 


52 


214,169 


180 


34,683 


16 


Grove Park 


20 


988 


49 


167,203 


169 


24,921 


i 3 


Haw River, 1st 


2 


400 


200 


53,420 


134 


7,131 


13 


Hillsborough, 1st 


6 


446 


74 


d0,162 


180 


13,082 


16 


Hocutt Memorial 


5 


669 


134 


<?4,850 


142 


27,! 23 


29 


Holly Hill 


9 


226 


25 


63,646 


282 


7,299 


11 


Kinnett Memorial 


2 


498 


249 


57,591 


116 


17,325 


30 


AAjrs Hill 


6 


261 


44 


40,775 


156 


4,244 


10 


McDuffie Memorial 


6 


122 


20 


18,132 


149 


2,397 


13 


Mebane, 1st 


10 


639 


64 


100,853 


158 


22,598 


22 


Moore's Chapel 


6 


267 


45 


24,298 


91 


2,807 


12 


Mount Adar 


3 


92 


31 


18,853 


205 


1,000 


k; 


Mount Zion 


17 


279 


16 


38,751 


139 


7,033 


18 


New Hof-e 
















North Grci.am 


9 


68 


8 


14,489 


213 


408 


3 


Northside 


3 


398 


133 


65,322 


164 


14,032 


21 


Ook Grove 


3 


177 


59 


19,700 


111 


1,897 


10 


Ossipee 





199 


- 


24,415 


123 


3,660 


15 


Riverside 


8 


402 


50 


68,277 


170 


9,485 


14 


Swepsonville 


25 


427 


17 


57,315 


134 


7,608 


13 


West HIM 


21 


241 


11 


21,500 


89 


1,145 


5 



TOTALS 



273 14,523 



53 $2,285,825 $157 $378,018 



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Total Baptisms 273 (last year 274) 

Total Membership 14,523 (last year 15,434) 



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In Association it took 53 Members to baptize one (last year 56) 

Total Gifts $2,285,825 (last year $2,205,670) 

Average Gifts Per Member $157 (last year $147) 

Average Gifts to Missions was 17% of Total Gifts (last year 17%) 



MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1977-78 



Item 



76-77 Budget 



Proposed 
77-78 Budget 



Education and Promotion, Sunday School, WMU, 
Ch. Training, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Audio Visuals, Mission Promotion 



$ 2,500.00 $ 3,690.00 



Associational 

1 . Office Operation 

a. Purchases for churches 

2. Office Payments 

3. Office Utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10. Insurance and AAaintenonce 

1 1 . Annual Session 

12. Emergency Home Operation 



III. Salaries and Allowances 

1 . Superintendent of Missions 

2. Cor Allowance and Utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary- Associate 

6. Car Allowance 

7. Insurance 

8. Secretary- Bookkeeper 

9. Janitor 

10. Treasurer's Salary 

1 1 . Treasurer's Car Allowance 

12. Clerk's Salary 

13. Clerk's Car Allowance 

14. Historian 

15. Annuity (Supt. and Secretary) 

16. Social Security 

17. Love Gifts and Flowers 



1,200.00 



1,200.00 



3,000.00 
900.00 


1,000.00 


1,100.00 


1,200.00 


900.00 


1,000.00 


300.00 


400.00 


400.00 


686.00 


150.00 


150.00 


30.00 


80.00 


500.00 


934.00 


250.00 


750.00 


' 1,800.00 
$10,530.00 


2,100.00 
$ 9,500.00 


10,000.00 

4,600.00 

850.00 


10,800.00 

5,000.00 

850.00 


400.00 


500.00 


7,200.00 
1,000.00 


8,000.00 
1,000.00 


375.00 


700.00 


775.00 


5,200.00 
900.00 


300.00 


300.00 


50.00 


50.00 


300.00 


300.00 


50.00 


50.00 


25.00 


25.00 


1,600.00 
1,100.00 


2,000.00 
1,300.00 


200.00 
$28,825.00 


200.00 
$37,175.00 



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IV. Assoclational Ministries, Youth and Family 

Service, Family Life Program, Emergency Care, 
Summer Ministries, World Missions Conference 



V. Debt Retirement 



TOTAL 



6,000.00 
1,000.00 



4,290.00 
1,200.00 



$48,855.00 $55,855.00 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1977 



ITEM 



Education, Promotion, Sunday School, WMU, 
Ch. Training, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Audio-Visuals, Mission Promotion 

Associational Office 
1 . Office Operotbn 

a. Purchases for churches 

2. Office Payments 

3. Office Utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10. Insurance and /Vlaintenance 

1 1 . Annual Session 

12. Emergency Home Operation 



II. Salaries and Allowances 

1 . Supt. of Missions 

2. Car Allowance & Utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary-Associate 

6. Car Allowance 

7. Insurance 

8. Janitor 

9. Treasurer's Salary 

10. Treasurer's Car Allowance 

11. Clerk's Salary 

12. Clerk's Car Allowance 

13. Historian 

14. Annuity (Supt, & Sec.) 

15. Social Security 

16. Love Gifts and Flowers 





Jan. - Sept. 


Budget 


Expenditures 


$ 2,500.00 


$ 944.54 


1,200.00 


529.05 




1 ,.093.95 


3,000.00 


2,250.00 


900.00 


517.18 


1,100.00 


776.65 


900.00 


610.73 


300.00 


102.88 


400.00 


-0- 


150.00 


774.89 


30.00 


-0- 


500.00 


110.00 


250.00 


-0- 


1,800.00 


1,375.00 


$10,530.00' 


$ 8,287.09 


10,000.00 


7,500.00 


4,600.00 


3,450.00 


850.00 


577,25 


400.00 


53.00 


7,200.00 


5,400.00 


1,000.00 


750.00 


375.00 


432.06 


775.00 


581.24 


300.00 


225.00 


50.00 


37.50 


300.00 


225.00 


50.00 


37.50 


25.00 


-0- 


1,600.00 


1,200.24 


1,100.00 


805.55 


200.00 


42.85 


$28,825.00 


$21,317.29 



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IV. Assoclational Mmistries, Youth & Family 

Service, Family Life Pro., Emergency Care, 
Summer Ministries, World Missions Conference 

Designated Counseling 



Puppets 20.82 

Emer.Home 1,140.86 

Counse ling 1,500.00 

$ 6,000.00 2,661.68 

2,249.00 



Debt Retirement 

Balance Dec. 31, 1976 

Total Receipts 

Total to be Accounted for 

Disbursements 

Ledger Balance, Sept. 30, 1977 



TOTAL 



1,000.00 

1,922.10 

49,765.70 

51,687.80 

46,663.28 

5,024.52 



423.18 



10,780.50* 



$46,663.28 



*To Savings 



REPORT OF RECEIPTS 
Quarter ending September 30, 1977 





GIFTS: 


GIFTS: 


MISSIONS 


CHURCH 


JULY-SEPT. 


JAN. -SEPT. 


CONFERENCE 


Alamance 


$ 300.00 


$ 300.00 


$ 150.00 


Altamahaw 


325.00 


975.00 


150.00 


Antioch 


201.00 


603.00 


150.00 


Bethel 


160.00 


160.00 


150.00 


Brookwood 


267.16 


827.69 


150.00 


Burlington First 


900.00 


2,700.00 


150.00 


Co 1 va ry 


41.68 


;45.88 


5. 00 


Cane Creek 


137.50 


550.00 


150.00 


City Lake 


485.60 


1,092.60 


150.00 


Colonial Hills 






75.00 


Cross Roads 


96.00 


280.00 


; 50 . 00 


Eastiown 


366.88 


735.73 




Edgewciod 


75.00 


225.00 


150.00 


E Ion First /' 






75.00 


Folrvlew 


140.89 


422.47 


150.00 


Fellowship 


145.68 


458.60 


150.00 


Glencoe 


144.83 


750.60 


180.00 


Glen Hope 


999.99 


2,999.97 


150.00 


Glen Raven 




20.00 


20.00 


Graham First 


750.00 


2,433.00 




Grove Park 


750.00 


2,250.00 


200.00 


Haw River 


-^ 166.66 


583.31 




Hillsborough First 


325.00 


1,020.00 


75.00 


Hocutt 


420.00 


1,260.00 


150.00 


Holly Hill 


201.00 


536.00 


150.00 


Kinnett 


714.00 


2,277.99 


150.00 


Mars HIM 


175.00 


525.00 


150.00 


McDuffie 


135.00 


405.00 


180.00 


Mebane First 


330.00 


990.00 


90.00 



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Moore's Chopel 


30.00 


240.00 




Mt. Adar 


50.00 


150.00 


150.00 


Mf. Zion 


152.00 


392.00 


150.00 


New Hope 


30.00 


90.00 




North Graham 


32.80 


87.54 




Norths ide 


522.09 


1,487.31 


150.00 


Oak Grove 


47.00 


149.00 


150.00 


Ossipee 


274.29 


747.13 


150.00 


Riverside 


102.33 


331.33 


150.00 


Swepsonvi I le 


225.00 


675.00 




West Hill 





125.00 
30,001.15 






10,219.38 


4,350.00 


N.C. Convention 


284.00 


994.00 




Supplies & Refunds 


539.42 


1,093.95 




Other Income 


10,214.53 


10,286.08 




Designated Gifts 


2,962.82 


7,390.52 






14,000.77 


19,764.55 




Totals 


24,220.15 


49,765.70 


' 


Designated: 








Emergency Home 


385.62 


1,238.57 




World Missions Conf. 


1,175.00 


3,140.00 




Counseling Fees 


860.00 


1,387.00 




Debt Retirement 


350.00 


1,200.00 




Misc. Desig. 


192.20 


424.95 






2,962.82 


7,390.52 





DISTRIBUTION OF MINUTES 



CHURCH 


NO. OF MINUTES 
5 


MONEY SENT 


Alamance, First 


$ 12.50 


Aitamahaw 


10 


25.00 


Antioch 


5 


12.50 


Bethel 





_« 


Brookwood 


3 


7.50 


Burlingtci, First 


26 


62.50 


Calvary 





.. 


Cane Creek 


4 


10.00 


City Lake 


2 


5.00 


Colonial Hills 


3 


7.50 


Cross Roads 


5 


12.50 


Eastlawn 


15 


37.50 


Edgewood 


2 


5.00 


Elon College, First 


2 


5.00 


Folrvlew 


2 


5.00 


Fellowship 


5 


12.50 


Glen Hope 


20 


50.00 


Glen Raven 





.. 



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Glencoe ^ 6 15.00 

Graham, First 10 25.00 

Grove Park 15 37.50 

Haw River, First 20 50.00 

Hillsborough, First 2 - 5.00 

Hocutt Memorial 35 - 87.50 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett Memorial 5 12.50 

Mars Hill 16 40.00 

McDuffie Memorial 3 7.50 

Mebane, First 10 25.00 

Moore's Chapel 10 25.00 

Mount Adar 10 25.00 

Mount Zion 10 22.50 

New Hope 

North Graham 

Northside 5 12.50 

Oak Grove 5 12.50 

Ossipee 10 25.00 

Riverside »-- 

Swepsonville 10 "" 25.00 

West Hill _n r 27.50 

TOTAL 302 $750.00 



Members of our Churches in our Association who have gone to their heavenly 
reward since our last session are listed below: 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Alamance, First — Mr. William Johnson, Mr. Sammy Bowman, Mr. William Jones. 

Aitamahaw — Mrs. Elsie Edmonds, Mr. Banner Henslsy, Mrs. June Gerringer. 

Antioch — Mr. Brady Lloyd, deacon; Mrs. Addie P. Campbell. 

Bethel — Mrs. Annie Lee Butler. 

Brookwood — Mrs. Tressa Washburn. 

Burlington, Firrt — Mrs. P.Y. Greene, Mrs. Zeno Carter, Mrs. R. Homer Andrews, 

Mrs. Bill Slock, Mr. Dewey Davis, Mrs. Ann Bryant, Mr. Bohnson 

Hall, Mr. A.B. Mongum, deacon; Mrs. B.C. Parker, Sr., Mr. 

C. D. Barbee, Mrs. Bessie Rushin, Mrs. C. R. Dennis, Mrs. 

Marcus Edwards, Mrs. L. H. Shorpe, Miss Mae McAdoms. 
Cone Creek — Mrs. Lollie W. Crawford, Mr. W. Manley Snipes, Mrs. Tom M. 

Armstrong, Mrs. Emma P. Dodson, Mrs. Li I lie P. Dodson. 
City Lake — Mr. Steven Lowell Hurley. 
Colonial Hills — Mrs. Tena Peede. 

Cross Roads — Mr. Gaston Chisenhall, Mrs. Euro Faucette. 
Eastlown — Earl Snyder, deacon. 
Elon College, First — Mrs. Dorothy Montgomery, Mrs. Epsie Tesh Somers, Mr. Jesse 

Warrick, Mr. Willord Sawyer, deacon. 
Glen Hope ~ Mr. David Adams, Mrs. AAae Anderson, Mr. Norman Lemon, Mrs. 
W. E. Mills, Mr. Oakley King, Mr. James Keck, Mr. Paul Turner, 

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Rev. G.W. Swinney, Mr. Banks Gates, Mrs. Lena Isley, Mrs. Hattie 
Mills, Miss Johnnie Lynn Miles, Mr. Lonnle Rhodes, Mrs. Lula Swan- 
nlgan. 
Glencoe ~ Herman Cobb, deacon. 

Graham, First — Mrs. Cora M. Aldrldge, Mrs. Harold M. David, Mr. Frank R. 
/vtann, Mr. Kenneth Wayne Davis, Mrs. Gertrude C. Rogers, Mr. 
David H. McCracken, Mrs. Sarah W. Boswell, Mrs. Ethel D. 
Pegram, Mrs. AAary C. Southard, Mrs. Carrie M. Thompson, Mrs. 
Nonie L. Braxton. 
Grove Park — Mr. Donald Glosson, Mrs. Mary Wright, Mrs. Brenda Steele, Mrs. 

Lillian Skelton. 
Haw River, First— Mr. B. Harry King, Mr. Z. Craig Cox, Sr., Mrs. James Ed 

Johnson . 
Hillsborough, First — Mrs. Florence Rittenhouse, William Wayne McDade, Mrs. Ruby 
Emory Keck, Raymond AAason, Mrs. Etna Carrington Crabtree, 
Ellis S. Hopper. 
Hocutt Memorial — Mrs. S.T. Webster, Mrs. G.S. Gregg, Mr. Charlie AAay, Miss 
Susan Blackwell, Mr. Hugh Odom, Miss Delsie Dodson, Mrs. 
Vada Cobb. 
Holly Hill — Mr. Lawson E. Vecle, Mr. Harvey James. 
Kinnett Memorial — Mrs. Cleo Troxler, Mrs. Alice Hupp. 
Mars Hill ~ Mr. W. R. Pittman. 

Mebane, First — Mrs. Callie Sykes, Mrs. W. A. Ladd, Mrs. Norman Yates, Mrs. 
Bessie Lee Jarrett, Mr. Buford Miller, Mr. Homer Sykes, Mrs. R.S. 
Hunt, Sr., Mrs. Ruthie Laws. 
Moore's Chapel — Mr. Tony Griffin, Mr. John Thompson, Mrs. Nord MolHe Brcd- 

shaw. 
Mount Adar — Mr. Lewis Moore, deacon. 
Northside — Woodrow Black, Clyde Morris. 
Oak Grove — Mrs. Bessie Sykes, Mr. Alvin Williams. 
Ossipee — Mr. Hubbard Toombs. 
Swepsonville — Mrs. Paul Whisnant, W.K. McAdams, deacon, Mrs. O.J. Mundy, 

Mrs. Lola Edwards, Mrs. Ida AAae Kiser. 
West Hill — Mr. Jimmie Mangum, deacon. 



HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MT. ZION CHURCHES 

Brief histories of Mt. Zion Churches are recorded in the Minutes of the years as 
herewith II.*ed. The Association Historian suggests that every church in the Associa- 
tion have copies of the Associational Minutes bound every ten years and keep them 
in the local church libraries. This will make the Minutes of the years available to 
all the churches, and those bound volumes will grow more valuable with each passing 
year. 

Although our Association has had Historians almost from the date of its organiza- 
tion still the clerk was notable to find thehlstory of any church recorded in the Min- 
utes until 1921 . Just why the sketches of other years were not recorded in the Min- 
utes Is Inexplainabie. 

At the 1874 session of the Association It was decided toelect a historian annually. 
The Minutes of 1875 record that "The report of the Historian was adopted and ordered 
to be recorded In the "Books of Records of the Association." No trace of this book 



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exists. The historical sketches from 1921 are shown in Minutes cs follows: 

1921 Sketch of the Association 

1922 Pleasant Grove Church (now Bells) 

1 923 No report recorded 

1924 Graham Church 

1925 Yates Church 

1 926 Bethesdo Church 

1926 Robertson's Grove Church 

1927 Olive Branch Church 

1928 Burlington, First Church 

1929 Temple Church 

1930 Antioch Church 

1931 Lystra Church 

1932 Berry's Church 

1933 Red Mountain Church 

1934 Angler Avenue Church 

1935 Mount Adar Church 

1 936 Ephesus Church 

1937 Haw River Church 

1938 West Durham Church 

1939 Edgemont Church « . 

1940 Co rrboro Church 

1941 Grace Church 

1942 Lakewood Church 

1943 Mebane Church 

1 944 No report was presented 

1945 Durham, First Chjrch 

1945 Sketch of the Association, 1870-1902 

1946 Giencoe Church 

1947 Glen Hope Church 

1948 Mt. Herman Church 

1949 Cross Roads Church 

1950 Sketch of the Association 

1951 Cane Creek Baptist Church 

1952 Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 

1953 AA^rs Hill Baptist Church 

1954 Hillsborough, First Baptist and Chapel Hill Baptist Church 

1955 Moore's Chapel Baptist Church 

1956 Antioch Baptist Church 

1957 Grove Park Baptist Church 

1958 Bethel Baptist Church 

1959 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1960 Northside Baptist Church 

1961 Haw River Baptist Church 

1962 West Hill Baptist Church 

1963 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Swepsonville Baptist Church 

1965 Mount Zion Association Sketch 1870-1965 

1966 Riverside Baptist Church 

1967 Oak Grove Baptist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church 

1968 Relocation of Fellowship Baptist Church 

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1969 Elon College, First Baptist Church 

1970 Alamance, First Baptist Church and City Lake Baptist Church 

1971 Sketch of the Association 

1972 What Did We Do In 72? 

1973 Missions To See in 73 

1974 Our Baptist Emergency Home 

1975 What Does Missions A/eon 

1976 Colonial Hills Baptist Church 

1977 A Specialized Ministry 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

Altomahaw -- Began construction of Fellowship Hall. 
Fellowship — Ministry to Deaf began in August 1977. 
Glencoe ~ Air Conditioned Church Building. 
Graham, First — Sale of Campbell property willed to the Church. 

Pastor received Doctorate of Ministries on May 14, 1977. 
Hillsborough, First — Dedication of new Educational Building April 3, 1977. 
Holly Hill — Single again Ministry began September 1977, 

Yokefellow Group 

Training Class for Deaf Ministry 
Mebane, First — Ordination for Ministry, E. R. Keck III, June 16, 1977. 
West Hill — Bus Ministry begun. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 

MISSIONS 

None 

MINISTERS OTHER THAN REGULAR PASTORS IN THE ASSOCIATION 



Church 
Altomahaw 
Burlington, 1st 



Cone Creek 
Colonial Hills 

Elon College, 1st 
Fellowship 

Glen Hope 
Graham, First 
Grove Park 



Nome Address Work 

Felton /vtassey. Route ^^2, Burlington Ordained 

Dr. Carlton S. Prickett, 703Westbrook Dr., Ordained 

Burlington (R) 

Rev. J.H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St. , Burlington (EP) Ordained 

Rev. Robert Councilman, 122 Glenwood Ave., Ordained 

Burlington (R) 

Harold L. Dodson, Rt.#l, Box 433, Graham Licensed 

Arthur Hill, Sr.,Rt. '•'3, Box 395, Hillsborough Licensed 

Craig Hardee, Rt.'*'3, Box 391, Hillsborough Licensed 

Michael Wllburn, P.O. Box 151, Elon College Licensed 

J. M. Wright, 700 Word Street, Graham Ordained 

Ronald Coleman, Trails End Apts., Burlington (O) Ordained 

Robert Frazier, Missionary to New Guinea Ordained 

Charles L, McMillan, Box 287, Graham (AW) Ordained 

C. L. Abernethy, 707 Lynnwood Dr., Burlington (R) Ordained 

David Morton, 1 71 OSykes Street, Burlington (O) Licensed 
Dale Hughes, % Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest (O) Licensed 



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Hillsborough, 1st 

Hocutf Memorial 

Holly Hill 

AAars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
North Graham 



Reldue E.Scarlett, Rt.#3,Box9, Hillsborough (R) Ordained 

Roy Walker, 112 Flint Ridge Apt., Hillsborough (CH) Ordained 

James M. Home, 1 407 Garfie Id Rd., Burlington (I) Ordained 

Steve Hearne, 1007 Ingle Street, Burlington Licensed 

Dr. Martin C. White, Rt. #3, Box 424, Burlington (O) Ordained 

Charles Little, Rt.#l, Box 396, Burlington (I) Ordained 

Earl Harden, Efland Ordained 

J. David Atwater, Navy Chaplain, Norfolk Ordained 

James P. Smith, Rt.^4, Box 97, Mebane Licensed 

Billy R. Howell, Ivey Road, Graham Licensed 



ASSISTANT PASTORS OR MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Church Name Address Work 

Burlington, First Roy W. Davis, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Glen Hope Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Ave., Burlington Min. Educ. 

Graham, First Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Hocutt Memorial Steve Hearne, 1007 Engle Street, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Kinnett Memorial Ron McCracken,Rt, '^lO, Box 11, Burlington Ass't Pastor 

Mors Hill Katherine Wilkerson, Rt. ^\ , Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

Mebane, First /vVs. Monty Fox, Rt. ^4, Strayhorn Rd., Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

OTHER CHURCH STAFF 



Church 
Alamance, First 
Aitamahaw 
Burlington, First 
Cane Creek 
Fairview 
Glen Hope 

Grove Pork 
Hillsborough, First 

HoMy Hill 
Mars Hill 

Mebane, First 



Name Address Work 

Phillip Waugh, 2316 Atwater Dr., Burlington Min. Youth 

Curtis Haizlip, Rt.^1, Elon College Min. Rec. 

Benjie Spears, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington Min. Youth 

Ted Andrews, Rt. #3, Box 88, Hillsborough Min. Rec. 

Mrs. Sylvia Hall,Rt.#2, Hillsborough Min. Rec. 

Steve Crouse, 208 W. Parker Street, Graham Min. Youth 

Steve Crouse, 208 W. Parker Street, Graham Min. Rec. 

Garry Baldwin, 1 13 Alamance Rd., Burlington Min. Youth 

Tommy Capps, P.O. Box 734^ Hillsborough Min. Youth 

Dale Brown, 22 1 Caine Street, Hillsborough Min. Rec. 

James T. Wilkes, 3206-G Calumet Dr., Raleigh Min. Youth 

Linda and Rickey Lloyd Min. Youth 

Serena and Bob Wilson Min. Youth 
Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. ^4, Stray horn Rd. , Hillsborough Min. Youth 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Church Name Address 

Glen Hope Steve Crouse, 208 W. Parker Street, Graham 

Mebane, First E. R. Keck III, Rt. *5, Mebane 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Church Name Address 

Mars Hill Randolph Curtis Tyler, U.S. Army 

North Graham Larry Holley, Weaver Way, Graham 



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ORGANIST OR PIANIST 



Church 
Alamance, First 
A I ta ma haw 
Antioch 

Bethel 
Brook wood 
Burlington, First 
Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Lake 
Colonial Hills 
Cross Roads 
Eastlawn 
Edgewood 
Elon College, First 
Fairview 
Fellowship 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Glencoe 
Graham, First 
Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, 1st 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 
Kinnett Memorial 
Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 
Mount Ador 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 
Oak Grove 
Ossipee 
Riverside 
Swepsonville 
West Hill 



Church 
Alamance, First 
Altamahaw 
Antioch 



Nome Address 

Mrs. Cheryl Harper, P. O. Box 106, Alamance 
Pat Apple, Rt. h, Elon College 
Mrs. Ruth Williams, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 
Miss Anne Heatherly, Rt. ^5, Chapel Hill 
Mrs. R. F. Gaines, Rt. U, Box 412, Chapel Hill 
Bonita Chrismon, Rt. ^8, Box 423, Burlington 
Mrs. /VWlvin Holt, P. O. Box 2686, Burlington 

Miss Rebecca Crawford, Rt.#l, Box 119, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. Doris Fisher, Rt. *5, Burlington 

Wanda Richardson, Rt. #3, Box 273, Hillsborough 

Mrs. Mildred Neems, Occneeche Farm, Hillsborough 

Mrs. Becky Joyner, 1148 N. Se liars Mill Rd., Burlington 

Brenda Stewart, Rt. H, AAebane 

Mrs. Wayne Hughes, P. O. Box 4068, Glen Raven 

None 

Mrs. Debbie Isley, 1521 Whitsett St., Burlington 

Mrs. Iris Pennington, P.O. Box 403, Elon College 

Geneva Caudle, 605 Cummings Street, Gibsonville 

June Long, Rt. ^2, Elon College 

Mrs. Peggy McSwain, P. O. Box 621, Graham 

Mrs. AAary Nell Vines, 423 Collinwood Dr., Burlington 

Nancy Warren, 302 E. Jackson Street, Mebane 

Mrs. Thomas Ward, Rt.#4, Box 593, Hillsborough 

Mrs. C. C. Stanley, 615Crestview Dr., Burlington 

Dr. Martin White, Rt. #3, Box 424, Elon College 

Angelia McCrocken, Rt. ^10, Box 11, Burlington 

Mrs. Julio Brigdon, Rt. ^] , Hillsborough 

None 

Mrs. R. J. Keith, 505 S. 4th Street, Mebane 

Connie Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham 

Melinda Ward, Rt. ^1, Cedar Grove 

Mrs. Ann Smith, Rt. #3, Box 344, Liberty 

Mrs. Vicky A/tarks, Haw River 

Janice Nash, 1512 Hawthorne Lone, Burlington 

Mrs. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 

Glenn Little, P.O. Box 961, Elon College 

Linda Patterson, 3100 Winchester Drive, Greensboro 

Mrs. Billie Sue Loy, 120 Albany Street, Burlington 

Rosa L. Mangum, 210 Jones Ave., Hillsborough 

MEDIA CENTER DIRECTOR 

Nome Address 

None 

Sherry Webster, Rt. #4, Box 61 Burlington 
Mrs. Hilda Durham, 25 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 



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Bethel 
Brook wood 
Burlington, First 
Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Lake 
Colonial Hills 
Cross Roads 
Eastlawn 
Edgewood 
Elon College, 1st 
Fairview 
Fellowship 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Glencoe 
Graham, First 
Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, 1st 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 
Kinnett Memorial 
A^rs Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 
Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Norths ide 
Oak Grove 
Ossipee 
Riverside 
Swepsonville 
West Hill 



None 
None 
Mrs. Leo Carr, 722 W. Davis Street, Burlington 

None 

Mrs. Mary Staunton, Rt. ^7, Box 466, Burlington 

None 

Mrs. Mattie Wagner, Rt. ^2, Box 445, Hillsborough 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. Irene Vaughn, 724 Beaumont Ave. , Burlington 

None 

None 

Miss Emma Cox, 219 Bonks Street, Graham 

Mrs. Bernie Harrell, 2931 Blanche Dr., Burlington 

None 

Miss Dorothy Faulkner, Rt. #1, Box 132, Hillsborough 

Mrs. Alice Small, 1339 W. Davis Street, Burlington 

Mrs. Joe Sexton, Rt. #1, Box 386 F, Burlington 

Jan AAakin, 1623 Rollingwood Rd., Burlington 

None 

Mary Anne Duncan, Rt. H, Box 173, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. Charles Lemley, 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane 

Miss Sherry Braxton, Rt. ^3, Graham 

None 

None 

None 

Mrs. Warren Peach, 1423 Beech Drive, Burlington 

None 

None 

None 

None ^ 

None 



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HISTORICAL TABLES 



Year Place of Meeting 



Moderator 



Clerk 



Preacher of 
Annual Sermon 



1870 


Mount Morlah 


1871 


Mount Pisgah 


1872 


Antioch 


1873 


Durham 


1974 


Lystra 


1875 


Cane Creek 


1876 


Mount Hermon 


1877 


Olive Chapel 


1878 


Bethel 


1879 


Graham 


1880 


Durham 


1881 


Mount Gilead 


1882 


Moore's Chapel 


1883 


Mount Pisgah 


1884 


Chapel 


1885 


Sandy Level 


1886 


Cedar Fork 


1887 


Rose of Sharon 


1888 


Mount Cannel 


1889 


Bera 


1890 


Red Mountain 


1891 


Cane Creek 


1892 


Olive Chapel 


1893 


Burlington 


1894 


Mount Moriah 


1895 


Bethesda 


1896 


Mount Gilead 


1897 


Berry's Grove 


1898 


Antioch 


1899 


Mount Pisgah 


1900 


Graham 


1901 


Lystra 


1902 


East Durham 


1903 


Cane Cr^ek 


1904 


Cedar Ford 


1905 


Swepsonville 


1906 


Bethel 


1907 


Olive Chapel 


1908 


Burlington 


1909 


Mors Hill 


1910 


Bells 


1911 


Berea 


1912 


Red Mountain 


1913 


Mebane 


1914 


Votes 


1915 


Crois Roods 



Rev. G.W.Purefoy 
Rev. G.W.Purefoy 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. J. P. AAason 
Rev. J. P. Mason 
Rev. J. P. Mason 
Rev. J. P. Mason 
Rev. J. P. Mason 
Rev. J. P. /Vbson 
Rev. J. P. AAason 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
Rev. John C.Wilson 
A. B. Roberson 
W. A. Albright 
V/. A. Albright 
W. A. Albright 
W. A.Albright 
Rev. J. L. Carroll 
Rev. O.C. Norton 
Rev. O.C. Morton 
Rev. O.C. Morton 
Rev. O.C. Morton 
Rev. O.C. Morton 
T. B. Parker 
T. B. Parker 
T. B. Parker 
T. B.Parker 
T. B. Parker 
T. B. Parker 
Rev. C.J. Thompson 
Rev. C.J, Thompson 
Rev. W. C. Barrett 
Rev. W. C. Barrett 
Rev. W. C. Barrett 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
Rev.W. R.L.Smith 



H. M.C.Stroud 
M. M.C.Stroud 
H. M.C.Stroud 
H. M.C.Stroud 
H. M.C.Stroud 
M. M.C.Stroud 
H. M.C.Stroud 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R.Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R.Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. R. Scott 
C. L. Maywood 
C. L. Haywood 
C. L. Haywood 
C. L. Haywood 
C. L, Haywood 
C. L. Haywood 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
S. J. Husketh 
S. J. Husketh 
S. J. Husketh 
S. J. Husketh 
S, J. Husketh 



Organization 
Geo.W. Purefoy 
J. P. Montague 
J. P. Mason 
M. S. Ferrel! 
Geo. P. Moore 
J. H. Vernon 
C. Durham 
A. C. Dixion 
C. Durham 
J. P. Mason 
R. A. Patterson 
R. H. AAarsh 
Geo. P. Moore 
C. E, Glower 
C. C. Newton 
W. R. Gwoltne/ 
C. Durham 
Geo. B. Taylor 
J. S. Hill 
Not reported 
J. L. Carroll 
J. L. Carroll 
W. C. Tyree 
W. C. Blanchard 
Geo. J. Dowel I 
R, Vandeventor 
W. A. Smith 
W. C. Tyree 
C. J. D. Parker 
W. F. Fry 
J. Wm. Jones 
J. Wm. Jones 
C. J. D. Parker 
J. O. Alderman 

A. W. Setzer 
W. C. Barrett 
J. W, Wildman 
J. M. Arnett 
J. W. Wildman 
J. W. Lynch 
M. P. Davis 
W. S. Olive 

J. J. Hurt 
M. W. Buck 

B. V, Ferguson 



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Carrboro 


Rev.J.F.McDuffie 


S. 


J. Husketh 


Q, C. Davis ! 


Lowe's Grove 


Rev.J.F.McDuffie 


Chas.C. Smith 


J. Ben Eiler 


No Meeting 


Rev.J.F.McDuffie 


Chas.C. Smith 


No Meeting 


Mount He/mon ^ 


Rev.J.F.McDuffie 


Chas.C. Smith 


W. S. Olive 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W. S. Olive 


Chas.C. Smith 


J. Elwood Welsh 


Bethel 


Rev. W. S. Olive 


W. 


O. Williams 


E. D. Poe 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. W. S. Olive 


W. 


O. Williams 


E. C. Dean 


Mount Moriah 


Walter M.Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


C. T. Plybon 


Mount Gilead 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


G. T. Watkins 


Mount Adar 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


Eugene Olive 


Mount Garmei 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


C. S. Norville 


Olive Branch 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


C. C, Coleman 


Graham 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


Trela D. Collins 


Mount Pisgah 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


Martin W. Buck 


Antioch 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


Ira D.S. Knight 


Lystra 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


Chas. F.Hudson 


Roberson's Grove 


WalterM. Williams 


W. 


O. Williams 


W. K. McGee 


West Hill 


Rev.C. S.Norville 


w. 


O. Williams 


W. G. Hall J 


Angier Avenue 


Rev.C.S.Norville 


W. 


O. Williams 


C. E. Byrd 


Berry's Grove 


Rev.C. S.Norville 


W. 


O. Williams 


J. T. Williams 


Moore's Chapel 


Dr.O.T.Binkley 


W. 


O. Williams 


A. D.' Kinnett 


Berea 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


W. 


O. Williams 


O. T. Binkley 


Mars Hall 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


W. 


O. Williams 


Z. B. Tell 


Temple 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


W. 


O. Williams 


John T. Way land 


Burlington, First 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


w. 


O. Williams 


R. P. Ellington 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


w. 


O. Williams 


G. T. Mills 


Olive Branch 


Rev. W. C. Hall 


w. 


O. Williams 


H. B. Anderson 


Carrboro 


H. B. Anderson 


w. 


O. Williams 


B. E. Morris 


Yates 


A. P. Stephens 


Chas.C. Smith 


J. W. Pierce 


Bethesda 


D.Kelly Barnett 


Chas.C. Smith 


L. A. Nail 


Chapel Hill 


D.Kelly Barnett 


Chas.C. Smith 


G. A. Hendricks 


Glen Hope & Lowe's Grove 


C. N. Royal 


Chas.C. Smith 


Guthrie Colvard 


Mebane & Mount Hermon 


C. N. Royal 


Chas.C. Smith 


John H. Knight 


Cross Roads & Calvary 


Guy S. Cain 


Tom M. Freeman 


Carlton S. Prickett 


Carrboro & Southside 


Guy S. Coin 


Tom M. Freeman 


Tom M. Freeman 


Hocutt Memorial and 










Cane Creek 


Tom M, Freeman 


Lee W. Settle 


George W. Swinney 


Graham, First and 










Mount Carmel 


Tom M. Freeman 


LeeW. Settle 


Clyde Chapman 


Altamahaw & Mars Hill 


Clyde D, Chapman 


Tom M, Freeman 


Troy E. Jones 


Hlllsboro & Chapel Hill 


Clyde D. Chapman 


Tom M. Freeman 


E. C. Chamblee 


Burlington, First and 










Moore's Chapel 


A. G. White 


Tom M. Freeman 


Warren E. Kerr 


Antioch & Bethel 


Luther A. Nail 


Tom M, Freeman 


E. C. Wilkle 


Grove Pork & Mount Adar 


Luther A. Nail 


Che 


js.W.Nanney 


W. T. Smith 


Glen Hop© & West HIM 


C. S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


S. H. Roberts 


Mebane, First & Glencoe 


C, S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


W. T. Cockman 


Graham, First & Folrvlew 


R.L. Councilman 


Jock Clark 


Ben W. Cox 


Swepsonvllle & How River 


R.L. Councilman 


Jac 


k Clark 


Travis Stylei 


Hocutt Memorial, Cane 










Creek and Mebane, Pint 


TpovIi Stylei 


Jack Clark 


Carlton S. Prickett j 



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1963 Kinnett Memorial and 

Glencoe 
1964' Burlington, First and 

Northside 

1965 Altamahaw, Grove Park, 
and Mars Hill 

1966 Antioch, Graham, First 
and Riverside 

1967 Graham, First and 
Cross Roads 

1968 Elon, First; Grove Park 
& Hillsborough, First 

1969 Burlington, First; North- 
side, & Alamance, First 

1970 Cane Creek; Antioch; 
& Graham, First 

1971 Kinnett Memorial; 
Glen Raven & Eastlawn 

1972 Grove Park; Swepsonville; 
& Hillsborough, First 

1973 McDuffie Memorial; Alta- 
mahaw & Mebane, First 

1974 Mars Hill; Grove Park; 
& Glencoe 

1975 Mount Zion; Haw River, 
First; & Antioch 

1976 Eastlawn; Holly Hill; 
& Cross Roads 

1977 West Hill; City Lake; 
& Elon College, First 



Travis Styles 
Ben W. Cox 
Ben W. Cox 
Ralph E.Jones, Jr. 
Ralph E.Jones, Jr. 
Johnny Greene, Sr. 
Johnny Graene, Sr. 
Johnny Greene, Sr. 
James M. Dunn 
James M. Dunn 
Paul J. Craig 
Paul J. Craig 
Gerald Dickerson 
Gerald Dickerson 
Ti.:jmas E. Hil! 



Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Edith Clark 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freemon Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 



Harvey Rumfelt 

Jack Clark 

Roy Cantrell 

Bobby G. Pratt 

Fred King 

Chas. L. McMillan, Jr. 

Luther A. Nail 

None 

Ron Pelfrey 

Dale O.- Steele 

Joseph D. Lang 

James Bousman 

Ralph E.Jones, Jr. 

Themes M, Der. :cn 

Elner L. Joyncr 



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Curtis Haizlip, Rt. *1, Elon College, N.C. 27244 

Lorry Durham, Rt. *1, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27512 

Thomas Gates, Rt. *4, Box 568, Chapel Hill, 27514 

Edward P. Ester, 3019 Forestdale Drive Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Horry Willis, 1 130 Aycock Ave. , Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Thomas M. Holmes, Rt. *1, Box 87, Efland, N.C. 27243 
Jimmy Capps, Rt. *9, Box 420, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Phil Hardee, Rt. *9, Box 391, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


Cecil Thompson, Rt. »3, Box 39, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 
Joe Blaylock, 2541 Dare St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Roney Faucette, Rt. U, Mebane, N.C. 27302 

Robert Wilson, Rt. *2, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 


Robert Laws, 226 Webster Road, Graham, N.C. 27253 

Thomas H. Barton, 606 Georgia Avenue, Burlington, N. C. 27215 

Arnold Bryant, Rt. *2, Elon College, N. C. 27244 

Holt Faucette, Rt. *2, Burlington, N. C. 27215 

B. Graham Rogers, 523 N. Main Street, Graham, N.C. 27253 


Maynard Ellington, 1964 Hilldale Dr. , Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Freeman O. Cooper, Box 491, Haw River, N. C. 27258 
H.L.Hardee, Rt. *3, Box 132, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 
Jack M. Euliss, P. O. Box 994, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Marsh Lyall, 2841 Delaney Drive, Burlington, N. C. 27215 


Marshall Thornton, 742 Fairfield St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Marvin Phelps, Rt. #1, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 
Bruce A. Johnson, 1187 Airport Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
J.J.Lee, Jr., 205 W. Holt Street, Mebane, N. C. 2/302 
James Johnson, Rt. *2, Graham, N.C. 27253 


Clarence Sharpe, Rt. ', Mebane, N.C. 27302 
Ray Russell, Rt. #2, Snow Camp, N. C. 27349 

Ed Nash, 1512 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington, N. C. 27215 


Houston Cook, Rt. »2, Mebane, N. C. 27302 

Kenneth Gerringer, Box 6904, Gibsonville, N. C. 27249 

Carlton Parham, 1702 Parham Drive, Graham, N.C. 27253 

Douglas Palmer, Rt. *3, Graham, N. C. 27253 

Bob K. Mangum, Box 701 , Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 


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State of North Caroline 
Thomas E. Hill, Moder 
502 Shadowbrook Court 
Burlington, N.C. 2721 


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Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 


Burlington, First 
Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Ui ke 
Colonial Hills 


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Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Fairview 


Fellowship 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Glencoe 
Graham, First 


Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 


Kinnett Memorial 
Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 


Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 


Oak Grove 
Ossipee 
Riverside 
Swepsonville 
West Hill 


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1978 Minutes 




Mount Zion 

Baptist Association 

North Carolina 






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MOUNT ZION 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

North CaroUna 

One Hundred Ninth Annvjal Session 

Held With 

GROVE PARK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Burlington, Alamance County 

and 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Hillsborough, Orange County 

and 

GRAHAM, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Graham, Alamance County 

and 

ALTAMAHAW BAPTIST CHURCH 
Altamahaw, Alamance County 

October 16, 17, 18, 1978 



The next annual session xviU be held vAth the Glen Hope Baptist Church, 
Burlington, on Monday night October 22, 1979; and with the First Baptist Church, 
Burlington, on Tuesday night October 23, 1979; and with the Cane Creek Baptist 
Church on Wednesday morning October 24, 1979. 

ANNUAL SERMON 

Preacher: Rev. Jay Waugh First Baptist Church, Burlington 

Alternate: Rev. Kenneth Simpson Fellowship Baptist Church 

DOCTRINAL SERMON 

Preacher: Rev. Charles Lemley First Baptist Church, Mebane 

Alternate: Rev. Terry Harper First Baptist Church, Alamance 



Table of Contents 



AppikMUmt • 19 

Book of Eeporls 

.Ai^aoclaUcjiial ^.u% Cosomltl©© . . . , , 32 

Asgic^dsliors, The ...,..„.. 34 

BapIlM CMIdr^n'? Hmness ........ = ....., 42 

BkX3ihs?rhtXsi , 42 

Ewdg^ lor imB^^ 50 

Cateficbyr . . . , 26 

Christian Social B^Knlslries . 45 

Cosistitulkm ComimU®® 37 

Coordissatiag CouadI, the 35 

DigesI of Lexers.. 47 

Evang<@lism CkHnmttId® 42 

£xecylive Cosmmttoe 30 

Historissi 35 

Membership CommiH^^e. 44 

MisskHis CommiUe^ 36 

Miifik Commitl^ 43 

Ordinatk^ns Committee 44 

Kesoiutioiis Committee. 45 

Simday Schod 42 

Superinlendeni of Missiims ..... 31 

Time, Place, and Preacher Committ^. 44 

Traaaiarer 48 

Woman's Missionasy UnioR ..... 38 

Oiti^h Directories . . . : 55 

ConsUtiition 13 

l"iii>OV'^i*'^ S.r -/T! 3 

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51 

> Interest 54 

.„1-:;. 53 

lef" 59 

52 

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Dedication 



By action of the Mount Zion Baptist Association in annual session on October 
17, 1978 at the First Baptist Church of Hillsborough, these 1978 minutes are 
dedicated to Rev. Charles L. McMillan, Jr. 




Bom in Smyrna, Georgia on February 18, 1929, Charles L. McMillan, Jr. was 
educated at Smyrna High School, N. Georgia College, and received a B. A. degree 
from Mercer University in 1950. He studied at Columbia Theological Seminary in 
Decatur, Georgia from 1952-53 and received a B. D. degree from Southeastern 
Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest in 1958. 

Rev. McMillan is married to the former Greta Hensley McMillian, also from 
Georgia and they have three children: Mrs. Laura Lavin, Greenville, N. C, David 
McMillan of Burlii^ton, N^ C. and^eth^McMillan of the home. 

Before becoming Superintendent of Missions in the Mt. Zion Association in 
May of 1972, Rev. McMillan held pastorates in Woodstock, Georgia, Raleigh, 
N. C. and Burlington, N. C. Under Rev. McMillan's administration, Mt. Zion 
Baptists have realized some dreams, the most visible one being the Emergency 
Care Home, sponsored jointly by Mt. Zion Baptists and the Children's Homes of 
N. C. Another dream becoming reality is the Family Life Ministry which has 
made available to pastors, their families, and lay people alike a much needed local 
counseling ministry. 

Under Rev. McMillan's guidance, the local Associational office has become a 
"service center" where chruches may find help with such things as publicity 
needs, newsletters and bulletins, missions programming, visual aids, tape 
duplication and puppetry. Rev. McMillan has also been of valuable assistance to 
Pastor Search Committees, deacons and key leadership in the churches. 

Although still in the development stages, we are working toward a new 
Associational structure with emphasis on more decision-making people from our 
local churches becoming involved in Associational meetings, training programs 
and the overall decision-making process. This is perhaps the most significant 
dream in which Rev, McMillan has led our Association. 

We thank God for the leadership He has shared with us through Rev. 
McMillan these peist six and one-half years. With his resignation as Director of 
Missions in Mt. Zion effective October 31, 1978, we send him to the Raleigh 
Association with our prayers and our unchanging love. 

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Associational Directory 

1978-79 
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Moderator Dr. Thomas M. Denton, P. 0. Box 734, Hillsborough, N. C. 

Vice -Moderator C. W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane, N. C. 

Clerk Freeman 0. Cooper, P. 0. Box 491, Haw River, N. C. 

Auditor Paul Hoyle, P. 0. Box 2134, Burlington, N. C. 

Historian Rev. J. H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington. N. C. 

Treasurer B. Graham Rogers, P. 0. Box 151, Graham, N. C. 

Music Director Rev. Larry Thompson, P.O. Box 372, Haw River, N. C. 

Trustees Paul J. Craig, P. 0. Box 1794, Burlington, N. C. (Rotates off 1980) 

C. R. Byrd, 1968 Shirley Dr., Burlington, N. C. (Rotates off 1982) 
John Vernon, Jr., 1124 Ay cock Ave., Burlington, N. C. (Rotates off 1984) 



PAID EMPLOYEES OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Director of Missions 

Secretary -Associate Mrs, Reu Hudson, P. 0. Box 287, Graham, N. C. 

Secretary -Bookkeeper Mrs. Vickie Walker, P. 0. Box 287, Graham, N. C. 



ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Executive Board shall be composed of all Associational officers 
(Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, 
Historian, Associational Missionary Union Director, and Associational Brother- 
hood Director), The Director of Missions (ex-officio), each active pastor, one lay 
member by each member church from its membership and certified to the 
x\ssociation in its annual report, and chairman of all standing committees of the 
Association. 



CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS 

Alamance, First Rev. Terry Harper, P. 0. Box 106, Alamance 

Vance Vines, Rt. #6, Box 296-J, Burlington 

Altamahaw Rev. Frank Haith, Box 67, Altamahaw 

Bobby Edwards, Altamahaw 

Antioch Rev. Lawrence 0. Harper, Rt. #5, Box 265, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. Jessie I. Grubb, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 

Bethel Rev. Robert Brizendine, Rt. #4, Box 439, Chapel Hill 

Brook wood E. A. Hoyle, 123 Coachlight Drive, Burlington 

Mrs. Millie Walker, 2031 W. Front St., Burlington 

Burlington, First Dr. Dale 0. Steele, P. 0. Box 2686, Burlington 

Rev. J. H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington 

Paul J. Craig, P. 0. Box 1794, Burlington 

John Vernon, Jr. 1124 Aycock Avenue, Burlington 



Cane Creek Rev. Michael Goudelock, Rt. #3, Box 114-A, Hillsborough 

Cecil Crawford, Rt. #3, Box 115, Hillsborough 

City Lake Rev. Joseph D. Lang, Rt. #9, Box 442, Burlington 

Leroy Odell, Rt. #5, Burlington 

Mrs. Connie Woody, Rt. #2. Box 392-2, BurUngton 

Jim Capps, Rt. #9, Box 420, Burlington 

■ Mrs. Joyce Horner, Rt . #5, Burlington 

Claude Harmon, Jr., Rt. #5, Box 517, Burlington 

Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Rt. #5, Burlington 

Alton Perry, Rt. #7, Burlington 

Claude Weatherford, Rt. #7, Burlington 

Mrs. Dalia Fisher, Rt. #5, Burlington 

Jim Riggans, Rt. #5, Burlington 

Colonial Hills Rev. J. Monty Fox, Rt. #4, Box 670, Hnisborough 

Cross Roads Rev. Lynn Bertram, Rt. #2, Box 422, Hillsborough 

John Childs, Rt. #2, Box 433, Hillsborough 

Eastlawn Rev. Elmer L. Joyner, 1148 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington 

S. T. Hearne, 2508 McKinney Street, Burlington 
Johnny P. Greene, 2903 McKinney Street, Burlington 

Edgewood Rev. E. L. Epperson, Rt. #4, Mebane 

John Wilson, Rt. #5, Box 112, Mebane 

Elon College, First Wayne Hughes, Box 4068, Glen Raven 

Fairview Rev. Thomas Elliott, P. 0. Box 751, Hillsborough 

Fellowship Rev. Kenneth L. Simpson, 16-B, Hanford Rd., Graham 

Glen Hope Rev. C. C. Vaughn, 724 Beaumont Avenue, Burlington 

Ed Long, 1129 Gra-Hopedale Rd., Burlington 

C. R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Drive, Burlington 

Charles Surles, 2612 Trail 3, Burlington 

Glen Raven Rev. Bobby Fann, Box 94, Altamahaw 

Glencoe Rev. Ondra Black, Rt. #9, Box 565, Burlington 

Raymond Willis, 922 N. Main St., BurUngton 

Graham, First Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Box 68, Graham 

Graham Rogers, Box 151, Graham 
Hugh Gray, 921 Hanford Rd., Graham 

Grove Park Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Rt. #3, Box 213, Elon College 

James Dunn, 1802 Malone Rd., Burlington 
Mrs. Shirley Bradley, 1122 Briarcliff Rd., Burlington 

Haw River, First Rev. Larry Thompson, Box 372, Haw River 

Robert Murphy, Box 476, Haw River 
Freeman Cooper, Box 491, Haw River 

Hillsborough, First Dr. Thomas M. Denton, Box 734, Hillsborough 

William Faison, Rt. #4, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Rev. Robert Medlin, 812 W. Front St., Burlington 

James L. Bulla, 709 S. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington 
Miss Lenna Rudd, 407 N. Logan St., Burlington 

Holly HUl Dr. James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 

Thomas E. Hill, 2786 May Drive, Burlington 
Paul Hoyle, P. 0. Box 2134, Burlington 

Kinnett Memorial Dr. R. Eugene Akins, 1106 Avon Ave., Burlington 

Jack Watson, 809 Allendale Dr., Burlington 



Mars Hill Rev. Curtis Tyler, Rt.#l, Hillsborough 

Luther Wells, Rt. #1, Hillsborough 

McDuffie Memorial Rev. John R. Small, Rt. #2, Box 146, Chapel HiU 

Leonard Duncan, Rt. #4, Box 173, Chapel Hill 

Mebane, First Rev. Charles R. Lemley, 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane 

L. C. Gardner, 208 N. 6th St., Mebane 
C. W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane 

Moore's Chapel Rev. Earl Harden, Saxapahaw 

Wallace Bradshaw, Rt. #2, Graham 

Mount Adar Rev. Ernie Keck, Rt. #5, Mebane 

Clarence Sharpe, Rt. #1, Efland 
Melvin Ward, Rt. #1, Cedar Grove 

Mount Zion Rev. Joe Hicks, Rt. #3, Box 331, Liberty 

Bob Winslow, Rt. #3, Box 313, Liberty 
Mrs. Dorothy Humble, Rt. #3, Box 160, Liberty 
Mrs. Virginia Winslow, Rt. #3, Box 313, Liberty 

New Hope 

North Graham Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., Box 169, Haw River 

Northside Rev. J. Howard Silver, 513 Alder St., Burlington 

Terrell Duncan, 2534 Oakcrest Ct., Burlington 

Oak Grove Rev. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 

James Bradshaw, Rt. #1, Efland 

Ossipee Rev. Dale Brooks, 7858 N. C. 150 East, Brown Summit 

Ed Boswell, Rt. #1, Box 60, Elon College 
Gene Perkins, Rt. #10, Burlington 

Riverside Rev. Curtis V. Oakley, Rt. #2, Box 72, Burlington 

Swepsonville Douglas Palmer, Rt. #3, Graham 

West Hill Dennis Bryant, Box 818, Hillsborough 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Rev. Howard Silver, Chairman 513 Homewood Ave., Burlington, Northside 

Rev. Terry Harper P.O. Box 106, Almance, Almance 

Rev. Larry Thompson P. 0. Box 372, Haw River, Haw River First 

Rev. Monty Fox Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough, Colonial Hills 

Mr. Freeman Cooper P.O. Box 491, Haw River, Haw River First 

MISSIONS 

Mr. Johnny Greene, Chairman 2903 McKinney St., Burlington, Eastlawn 

Mr. Paul Craig P. 0. Box 1794, Burlington, Burlington First 

Mr. Ralph Wilson P. 0. Box 4212, Burlington, Burlington First 

Mr. Ed Hoyle 1313 Ridgecrest Ave., Burlington, Brookwood 

Miss Beverly Alford 2-C Brookwood Garden Apt., Burl., Grove Park 

Rev. Ondra Black Rt. &, Box 565, Burlington, Glencoe 

Rev. Tom Denton P. 0. Box 734, Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 

Mr. Chuck Surles 2612 Trail 3, Burlington, Glen Hope 



FINANCE 

Mr. Terrell Duncan, Chairman 2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington, Northside 

Mr. Roy HoUomon Rt. 10, Box 438, Burlington, Burlington First 

Mr. G. T. A. Morris 440 Cedarwood Dr., Burlington, Burlington First 

Mr. Henry Morris Rt. 1, Box 17, Chapel Hill, Antioch 

Mr. Graham Rogers P. 0. Box 151, Graham, Graham First 

Mr. W.D.Berry Rt. 4, Box 52, Hillsborough, Mars Hill 



ORDINATIONS 

Dr. Roy Taylor, Chairman 108 Trail One, Burlington, Grove Park 

Mr. Elmer Phillips Rt. 3, Box 515, Graham, Swepsonville 

Mr. Lynn Lambert 2513 Hoskins Dr., Burlington, Grove Park 

Rev. John Small Rt.2,Box 146, Chapel Hill, McDuffie 

Rev. Ralph Jones P. 0. Box 68, Graham, Graham First 



MEMORIALS 

Miss Lenna Rudd, Chairman 407 N. Logan St., Burlington, Hocutt Memorial 

Mrs. Virginia Andrews 513 Johnson Ave., Graham, Graham First 

Rev. Charles Lemley 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane, Mebane First 



NOMINATIONS 

Mr. Jack Watson, Chairman .... 809 Allendale Dr., Burlington, Kinnett Memorial 

Rev. Curtis Tyler Rt. 1, Box 359, Hillsborough, Mars Hill 

Mr. William Ingold 506 Shadowbrook Ct., Burlington, Mt. Zion 

Mr. Tom HHl 502 Shadowbrook Ct., Burlington, HoUy Hill 

Mr. C. W. Lee 29 London Lane, Mebane, Mebane First 

Mr. Bobby Joe Moser Rt. 3, Graham, Glen Hope 

Mr. Alfred Carr P.O. Box 435, Hillsborough, Fairview 



MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Chairman P. 0. Box 372, Haw River, Haw River First 

Mr. Harold Culbreth P. 0. Box 245, HiUsborough, Hillsborough First 

Dr. James Ballard 2818 Edgewood Ave., Burlington, Holly Hill 

Rev. Bobby Fann P.O. Box 94, Altamahaw, Glen Raven 

Mr. Doug Palmer Rt. 3, Graham, Swepsonville 



CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman Rt. 3, Box 331, Liberty, Mt. Zion 

Mr. Clyde Gardner 517 N. Carr St., Mebane, Mebane First 

Rev. Larry Harper Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill, Antioch 



Mr. Forrest Hall 603 E. Harden St., Graham, Graham First 

Mr. Maynard Ellington 1964 Hilldale Dr., Burlington, Grove Park 



PROPERTIES 

Mr. James Dunn, Chairman P.O. Box 2378, Burlington, Grove Park 

Mr. Donald Dickerson 225 N. Ruffin St., Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Peggy Smith 705 Sycamore Dr., Graham, Graham First 

Mr. Rupert Lackey 416 Doggett Dr., Graham, Burlington First 



EVANGELISM 

Dr. Dale 0. Steele, Chairman P. 0. Box 2686, Burlington, Burlington First 

Rev. J. H. Waugh, Jr 321 W. Ruffin St., Burlington, Burlington First 

Mr. Dalton Rhue Rt. 4, Box 14, Mebane, Mebane First 



EMERGENCY HOME 

Mr. Ralph Wilson, Chairman P. 0. Box 4212, Burlington, Burlington First 

Miss Nancy Graves 621 W. Front St., Apt. 3, Burl., Mt. Zion 

Mr. Tom Ward P. 0. Box 593, Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 



COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT 

Mr. Freeman Cooper, Chairman P. 0. Box 491, Haw River, Haw River First 

Mrs. Reu Hudson P.O. Box 287, Graham, Kinnett Memorial 

Mrs. Sherry Carter P. 0. Box 734, Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Joyce Ward P.O. Box 593, Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Bertha Crawford Rt. 4, Box 130, Hillsborough, Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Gwen Haizlip Rt. 2, Elon College, Altamahaw 

Mrs. Faye Tucker P. 0. Box 67, Altamahaw, Altamahaw 

Mrs. Debbie Smithey P. 0. Box 67, Altamahaw, Altamahaw 

Mrs. Dot Jackson 2702 Lilac St., Burlington, Grove Park 

Mrs. Sarah Bowles Rt. 3, Box 426, Elon College, Grove Park 

Mrs. Mattie Gunn 311 Gurney St., Burlington, Grove Park 

Mr. and Mrs. Walker Martin P. 0. Box 68, Graham, Graham First 

Mrs. Doris Norwood P. 0. Box 68, Graham, Graham First 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Mr. James Dunn, Chairman P. 0. Box 2378, Burlington, Grove Park 

Mr.Roy Wilson Rt. 1, Box 350, Hillsborough, Mars Hill 

Mr. Alton Riley Rt. 1, Chapel Hill, Antioch 

Mr. John Thomas 2736May Dr., Burlington, Holly Hill 



Mr. Wayne Dawkins 213 S. Melville St., Graham, Graham First 

Mr. David Duncan Rt. 4, Box 173, Chapel Hill, McDuf fie 



TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER 

Rev. Roy Taylor, Chairman 108 Trail One, Burlington, Grove Park 

Rev. Jim Ballard 2818 Edgewoos Ave., Burlington, Holly Hill 

Rev. Larry Harper Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill, Antioch 

Rev. Joe Lang Rt. 9, Box 442, Burlington, City Lake 

Rev. Lynn Bertram Rt. 2, Box 422, Hillsborough, Crossroads 



RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Chairman P. 0. Box 372, Haw River, Haw River First 

Rev. Monty Fox Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough, Colonial Hills 

Rev. Gene Akins 1108 Avon St., Burlington, Kinnett Memorial 

Rev. Mike Goudelock Rt. 3, Box 114- A, Hillsborough, Cane Creek 



There are no main offices of any Baptist school, hospital, encampment, 
children's home, state or convention-wide board or agency located in the 
Association. 



ZIP CODES 

Alamance 27201 Haw River 27258 

Altamahaw 27202 Hillsborough 27278 

Burlington 27215 Liberty 27298 

Chapel Hill 27514 Mebane 27302 

Efland 27243 Prospect Hill 27314 

Elon College 27244 Saxapahaw 27340 

Graham 27253 Swepsonville 27359 



ASSOCIATIONAL AUXILIARIES 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE: 

President Rev. Larry Thompson, Box 372, Haw River 

Vice President Dr. James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 

Secretary -Treasurer Rev. Ondra Black, Rt. #9, Box 565, Burlington 

Program Chairman Dr. James H. Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 

SUNDAY SCHOOL: 

Director Roby Linebarger, 322 Meadowbrook Dr., Burlington 

CHURCH TRAINING: 

Director Rev. Kenneth Simpson, 1628-B-l Hanford Rd., Graham 

BROTHERHOOD: 

Director Charles Surles, 2612 Trail 3, Burlington 

YOUTH COORDINATOR: 

Director Mrs. Ernie Keck, Rt. #5, Box 72, Mebane 

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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

Director Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Briarcliff Rd., Burlington 

Ass't. Director Mrs. Louise Booth, P. 0. Box 553, Haw River 

Ass't. Director Miss Beverly Alford, 2-C Brookwood Garden Apts., Burl. 

Secretary Mrs. Vance Forrester, 2610 Clarendon Dr., Burlington 

Treasurer Mrs. Edd Brinkley, Rt. #1, Box 176, Elon College 

BAPTIST WOMEN: 

Director Mrs. Evelyn Keyyey, 2305 Hyde St., Burlington 

Ass't. Director Mrs. A. J. Holt, 125 Nicks St., Graham 

BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN: 

Director Mrs. Charles Knight, Apt. 18-A, 200 Seven Oaks Rd., Durham 

Ass't. Director Mrs. Robert Sykes, 321 Doggett Dr., Graham 

ACTEENS: 

Director Miss Marie Webster, P. 0. Box 569, Graham 

Ass't. Director Mrs. Beth Canada, Apt. 9-F, 2116 Trail 2, Burlington 

GIRLS-INACTION: 

Director Mrs. Glenn Ellington, 215 Cheek Lane, Graham 

Ass't. Director Mrs. Betty Walker, 2590 Hyde St., Burlington 

MISSION FRIENDS: 

Director Mrs. Faye Patton, 346 N. St. John St., Burlington 

Ass't. Director Mrs. Guy Cain, 318 Bland Blvd., Burlington 

MISSION ACTION: 

Director Mrs. R. Dan Smith, 1457 Morningside Dr., Burlington 

HISTORIAN Mrs. Mildred Overman, 917 S. Beaumont Ave., Burlington 

PUBLICITY Mrs. Willard Smith, Rt. #4, Box 27-CCC. Mebane 



REGISTERED MESSENGERS AND VISITORS 

ALAMANCE, FIRST - Rev. Terry L. Harper, Cheryl Harper, Vance Vines, 
Robert Baker, David Prickard. 

ALTAMAHAW - Rev. Frank Haith, Mrs. Frank Haith, Dottie Haith, Scott Haith, 
Robert Younger, Alma Younger, J. E. Stephens, Mrs. J. E. Stephens, Clyde M. 
Smithey, Mrs. Clyde Smithey, Edith C. McDaniel, Julia Bowles, Ruby Terrell, 
Raymond Fargis, Jack Smithey, Mrs. Jack Smithey, Mrs. Mack Rainey, 
Herman Cook, Pauline C. Cook, Kenneth L. Edwards, Minnie Barber, 
Margaret, Barber, Helen Hensley, Doris Duncan, Ginger Tucker, Mrs. Ruth 
Straughn, Tommy McFarling, Mrs. Tommy McFarling, Elizabeth Shore, 
Shelton Cook, Gwen Haizlip, Gail Evans, James Hilliard, Wilma Hilliard, 
Christina Hilliard, Michele Hilliard, Curtis Haizlip, Monroe Lee, Idell M. Lee, 
Alene Saul, Levi D. Saul, Annie D. Harrison, Curtis Barber, Mrs. Ray Wallace, 
Mrs. Lovena Ward, Lillie Fuqua, Joe Mansfield, Hunter Barnette, Margie 
Burnette, Fonda Harris, Pamela Durham, Christina Durham, Nora Perdue, 
Harold S. Ray, Jr., Darlene Ray, Mike Miles, Chris Miles, Donnie Miles, 
Carolyn Miles, Janine Johnson, Simon Gerringer, Vicky Jones, Betty 
Edwards, Ray Dove, Lorraine Dove, Bonnie Conklin, Pam Vance, Willa Jean 
Webster, Wayne Summers, Bobby Edwards, Nancy Shreve, Tommie Agee, 
Jean Agee, Margie Williams, Enda Tucker, Faye Tucker, Glenn Tucker, 
Pamela Summers, Barry Jones, Genene King. 

ANTIOCH - Rev. Larry Harper, Jessie I. Grubb, Jeff D. Atwater, Mrs. Jeff 
Atwater, Myrtle Ivey, Charles C. Harris, Mike Merritt, Margaret Merritt. 



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BETHEL - Rev. Robert Brizendine, B. H. Copelan, Ola Cheek, Evelyn Cheek, 
Loester Morgan, Lucille Lloyd, Linda Butler. 

BROOKWOOD - Rosemary Ester, Edward A. Hoyle, Jr., Linda Keith. 

BURLINGTON, FIRST - Dr. Dale 0. Steele, Rev. J. H. Waugh, Mrs. J. H. 
Waugh, Dr. C. S. Prickett, Mrs. C. S. Prickett, Ralph A. Wilson, Benjie Spears, 
Wayne Beam, Brenda Beam, Fred Walther, Marie Walther. 

CALVARY - Wade Thomas, Myrtle L. Bristow, Elizabeth Branch, Barbara L. 
Thompson. 

CANE CREEK - Cecil C. Crawford, Mae Crawford, Ethel Cheek, Frances 
Crawford, Mrs. Hight M. Perry. 

CITY LAKE - Rev. Joseph D. Lang, Mrs. Joseph Lang, Susan Long, Ruby Wilson, 
J. E. Riggan, Mrs. J. E. Riggan. 

COLONIAL HILLS - Rev. Monty Fox, Phil Hardee, Buddy Holden, Doris Holden, 
Francis W. Clark, Margaret Wooten. 

CROSS ROADS - Rev. Lynn Bertram, Margaret Thompson, Mrs. Arthur Dean, 
Mrs. Rachel Riley, Mrs. Jennie Parrish, Faye Ray. 

EASTLAWN - Rev. Elmer Joyner, Johnny P. Greene. 

EDGEWOOD - Rev. E. D. Epperson. 

ELON COLLEGE, FIRST - Rev. J. Hoyt Roberson, Wayne Hughes, Harold King, 
Mrs. Harold King, Dave Harris, Bonnie Parrish. 

FAIRVIEW - Rev. T. Elliott, Mrs. Pat Elliott, Nellye Neems, Frank Davis, Mrs. 
Frank Davis, Mrs. Dixie K. Knight. 

FELLOWSHIP - Martha Pearsall, Mrs. Toni Currin, Carolyn Lee. 

GLEN HOPE - Rev. C. C. Vaughn, Mrs. Grace Vaughn, Edward S. Long, Mildred 
Overman, Mrs. Etta Cakes, Iris Allison, Ruth Aydt, Maggie Pruitt, Charles M. 
Surles, J. F. Euliss, Mrs. John Euliss, Robert L. Keck, Mary S. Keck, Mrs. W. 
L. Prather, Ruby Martin, Josie R. Love, Vera Jordan, Wilmer Pyrtle, Mrs. W. 
B. McLean, Lounelle Selle. 

GLEN RAVEN - Not Represented. 

GLENCOE - Rev. Ondra Black, Raymond WQlis. 

GRAHAM, FIRST - Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Ralph E. Jones, Glenda Jones, 
Elina Jones, Graham Rogers, Charles L. McMillan, Jr., Greta McMillan, C. 
David McMillan, Beth McMillan, Emma Cox, Erie Ward, Mrs. J. F. Thompson, 
Jr., Mrs. Erie Ward, E. B. Luke, Annie Mary Luke, Paul Warren, Louise 
Warren, Eunice Dawkins, Floyd Hobson, Mrs. Floyd Hobson, Frances Martin, 
Macie McElroy, Walker Martin, Doris Norwood, W. Harold Henderson, Jim 
Hallsey, Vi Hallsey, Don Singletary, Mrs, Don Singletary, Herbert L. Smith, 
Mrs. Herbert Smith. 

GROVE PARK - Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Roby Linebarger, Rev. Ronald Coleman, 
Kenneth Hepler, James Dunn, Gladys Dunn, Margaret Miller, Marvin 
Bradley, Jr., Shirley Bradley, Dot Jackson, Brownie Vines, Mary Nell Vines, 
Mrs. Joan Massey, W. M. Dismuke, Virgil B. Hemrick, Ola Glosson, Barber 
Brinkley, Coy Horton, Harold Durham, Bud Patillo, Mattie Gunn, David Hall, 
Beverly Alford, Bobby Dobbs, Kaye Dobbs, Garry Baldwin, Cheryl Baldwin. 

HAW RIVER, FIRST - Rev. Larry Thompson, Emily Thompson, Freeman 
Cooper, Mrs. Freeman Cooper, Jessie Chatman, Mrs. Essie Blalock, J. C. 
Pierce, Dorothy Pierce, Maggie Smith, Mrs. Josephine Cox, Nancy Warren, 
Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Marjorie Childress, Mrs. D. M. Woodford, Mrs. A. B. 
Swink. 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST - Dr. Thomas M. Denton, Connie Denton, Mrs. Harry 



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L. Brown, Bertha Crawford, Joyce Ward, Betty Ann Dickerson, Mildred 

Pickard, Sherry Carter, EmUy Lambert, Ruby Hollins, Mozelle Reeves. 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Rev. Robert Medlin, Glenda Medlin, C. C. Hinton, Bessie 

Hinton, Lenna Rudd, Ruth Cornell, Stephen Z. Hearne, Sr., Janie Seamester, 

Beth Canada, Emelar Glosson, Mrs. Sadie Shaw. 
HOLLY fflLL - Dr. James Ballard, Joanne Ballard, Thomas E. Hill, Jean HiU, 

John Thomas, Debra Thomas, Effie Hayes, Janie Creech, Doris Howard, 

Chuck Frevele, Janice Frevele. 
KINNETT MEMORIAL - Dr. R. Eugene Akins, Jeanette Akins, Reu Hudson, 

Jack Watson, Mrs. Jack Watson, Ann Lanier, Eloise Holt, Gerald Dickerson, 

Nobie Dickerson, Jack Sink, Nancy Sink, D. L. Raynor, Mrs. D. L. Raynor, 

Eunice Morningstar, Mrs. Mattie McDaniel, Kathryn Ellington, Ona Williams, 

Marshall Thornton, Catherine Thornton, Paul Huffines, Adelle Huffines, Mrs. 

J. A. Harden, Sr., Mrs. Dot Malone, Tver Maness, Mrs. CM. Johnson, Arthur 

Makin, Jr., Jan Makin, Victor Dodson, Mrs. Victor Dodson, Hettie Ezell, 

Willard Dowd, Fay Dowd, Mrs. Thomas G. Long, Winnie Parker, Male Cox, 

Vickie Sykes. 
MARS HILL - Rev. Curtis C. Tyler, Sue Tyler, J. M. Kenyon, Mrs. J. M. Kenyon, 

Mrs. Harold Walker, Mrs. Marvin Phelps. 
McDUFFIE - Rev. John R. Small, David Duncan. 
MEBANE, FIRST - Rev. Charles Lemley, Lee Lemley, C. W. Lee, Jr., Hazel Lee, 

Mrs. Willard Smith, Mrs. Betsy Fox, Parker Wood, Mrs. Parker Wood, 

Kathleen Mincey, Mrs. Glenn Jeffreys, Mrs. Elizabeth Bulla, Shirley Ammons, 

Sonya Ammons, Louise S. Murdock. 
MOORE'S CHAPEL - Rev. Earl Harden, Mrs. Earl Harden, Bernard Hodgin, Mrs. 

Nerata Hodgin, James G. Cheek, Mildred Cagle, Marilla Costner, Texie 

Sawyer. 
MOUNT ADAR - Rev. Ernie Keck, Mrs. Ernie Keck, Mrs. L. J. Rogers, Sr., Erma 

Sharpe, Clarence N. Sharpe, Sybil Moore, Nonie Stewart, Mary E. Hawkins, 

Eunice Hawkins. 
MOUNT ZION - Rev. Joe R. Hicks, Bob Winslow. 
NEW HOPE - Tommy Walker, Mrs. Vickie Walker. 
NORTH GRAHAM - Rev. Walter Jones, Mrs. Louise Booth, Kim Howell. 
NORTHSIDE - Rev. J. Howard Silver, Mrs. Mona S. Silver, Terrell Duncan, 

Edward Nash, Mrs. Ed Nash, Mrs. R. Dan Smith, James Boswell, Ann 

Boswell, Charlie W. Garrett, Pauline Garrett, Emery Garrett, Sadie Watson, 

Haywood Mincey Ellen Mincey, David Mincey, Evelyn Kelley, Gladys Spinks, 

Janie Chandler, H. Byron Raley, James W. Hinton. 
OAK GROVE - Rev. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Harley Anderson, Harold L. Sykes, 

Robert Simmons, Gladys E. Bunker. 
OSSIPEE - Howard Steelman, Mrs. Howard Steelman, Mrs. Lloyd Steelman, 

Marie Tysinger, Lonie Pickard, Mrs. Lonie Pickard, Judy Little. 
RIVERSIDE - Rev. Curtis V. Oakley. 
SWEPSONVILLE - Not represented. 
WEST HILL - Rosa L. Mangum, Pauline Mangum, Ruth Brigdon, Tommy 

Wagner. Michael Jones Terry. 
NALL MEMORIAL - Mrs. L. A. Nail, J. Burl Williams, Mrs. J. Burl WUliams, 

Leroy Jernigan. Mrs. Cynthia Brande, Mrs. Mavis Carver, Ina Bass, Kathy 

Watson. Catherine Jernigan, Carrie Haithcock, June C. Curtis, Hubert 

Johnson, Lennie Johnson. 



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VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE OUR ASSOCIATION Cecil Ray, Raleigh, Steven 
Duncan, Raleigh, Rev. Clyde Stanfield, Mrs. Clyde Stanfield, James B. 
Williams, Elizabeth T. Wagoner, Nancy C. Leonard, Chris Cobb, Sherry Cobb. 

Total Attendance for the three night and one day sessions was 673. There 
were 374 total registered messengers and 299 registered visitors. There were 
two churches not represented: Glen Raven and Swepsonville. 



Constitution 
By-Laws 

OF 

THE MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

[1960; AMENDED 1964-1969-1973-1974-1976-1977-1978] 

PREAMBLE 

We, the Baptist Churches of the Mount Zion Baptist Association, unite 
according to the plan and for the purpose and work of New Testament churches in 
our world, and to this end to cooperate to the fullest extent possible with the State 
and Southern Baptist Conventions, according to the following articles: 

ARTICLE I NAME 

The name of this body is the "Mount Zion Baptist Association." 

ARTICLE n 

It shall be the purpose of the Association (1) to provide for the mutual 
encouragement and fellowship of member churches through the definition and 
practice of Baptist distinctives; (2) to consistently seek to confront everyone in our 
area with the claims of Christ on his/her life; (3) to encourage and facilitate 
church growth and development; (4) to promote participation in missions and 
ministries on the foreign field, in the homeland, in the state, and in the area of the 
local association; (5) to provide services to the churches as needed and desired; 
(6) to provide an additional channel by which member churches may participate in 
the Southern Baptist Convention and the North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

ARTICLE ffl Membership 

SECTION 1. The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
Churches in the area of the Association. 

SECTION 2. The Association shall be sole judge of its membership ana may 
receive churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and By-Laws. 
Member churches may also withdraw as they desire. Any church in the 
Association which fails to cooperate with the Association shall be contacted by a 
committee appointed by the Executive Board of the Association to ascertain the 
wishes and desires of the church relative to its continuance in the Association. 
The committeee shall report and bring appropriate recommendations to the 
Association. 

A cooperating church shall be defined as one which sends a report and 
messengers to the annual session, and contributes to the financial program of the 
Association. 

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SECTION 3. Churches desiring to affiliate with this body shall make a written 
request to the Committee on Membership of the Association at least three months 
prior to the annual meeting. If, in the judgement of the Committee on 
Membership and the Executive Board, the requirements hereinafter set forth 
have been met, the church may be recommended for membership without delay at 
the annual meeting of the Association. In any other case a church may be 
received under watchcare. 

ARTICLE IV Meetings 

SECTION 1. The Association shall meet annually on Tuesday and Wednesday 
after the third Sunday in October. 

SECTION 2. Special Meetings may be called by the Moderator provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

SECTION 3. In case of emergency, the Executive Board shall have power to 
change the time and/or place or meetings. 

SECTION 4. Each church shall elect ten (10) messengers with churches whose 
membership is more than 500 being entitled t : an additional messenger for each 
100 members above the first 500. Messengers shall be elected annually to be 
messengers for associational, quarterly and annual meetings. It is further 
suggested that at least five of the messengers be leaders in local church 
organizations. 

ARTICLE V Authority 

While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Association does not 
claim, and wiU never attempt to exercise, any authority over any other Baptist 
body, whether church or auxiliary organization. 

ARTICLE VI Officers and Their Election 

SECTION 1. The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Associational 
Sunday School Director, Associational Director of Trairing and Ministries, 
Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director, Associational Brotherhood 
Director, and Youth Coordinator. 

SECTION 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the April 
meeting of the Association for a term of one year each. The nominees shall be 
contacted and nominated by the Committee on Nominations. (By-Law V, Section 
7) 

SECITION 3. Officers shall assume their duties at the close of the April 
meeting at which elected and shall serve until the next April meeting or until their 
successors are elected. 

SECTION 4. Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election for a period of two years. 

ARTICELE Vn Trustees and Their Election 

There shall be three trustees of the Association, one preferably a lawyer, 
serving terms of six years each on a rotating beisis. On nomination by the 
Committee on Nominations, one new trustee shall be elected ?* tht annual 
meeting in each EVEN year to fill the vacancy created by the expiration of the 
term of one of the three; no trustee being eligible to succeed himsf^lf uiitil zrfter 
the lapse of two years. The expiration date of each trustee's term of office shall 
appear by his name in the Associational Minutes. 



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ARTICLE Vffl Hie Executive Board 

The Executive Bojird shall be composed of all associational officers (Art. VI, 
Sect. 1,) the Director of Missions (ex officio), each active pastor, one lay member 
chosen by each member church from its membership and certified to the 
Association in its annual report, and chairman of all standing committeees of the 
Association. The Executive Board shall have the authority to act for the 
Association between sessions, except £is limited by the Constitution. It shall be 
the duty of this Board to meet quarterly, and to make reports and 
recommendations to the Association at its annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IX Associational Council 

SECTION 1. The membership of the council shall be composed of the Sunday 
School Director, Training and Ministries Director, Woman's Missionary Union 
Director, Brotherhood Director, Music Ministry Director, Youth Coordinator and 
the Director of Missions, 

SECTION 2. The Director of Missions will serve as Chairman. 

SECTION 3. The Council will be responsible for formulating and publishing an 
Associational Calendar of Activities. 

SECTION 4. The Associational Coimcil shall serve as the long-range planning 
committee of the Association. 

ARTICLE X Committees 

SECTION 1. The Association shall have the following standng committees, 
with their terms of office being from the close of the annual meeting through the 
following annual meeting. 

A. To be nominated by the Conunittee on Committees and elected by the 
Association at the annual meeting: 

(1) Committee on Order of Business (By-Law V, Sect. 1) 

(2) Committee on Missions (By-Law V, Sect. 2) 

(3) Conmiittee on Evangelism (By-Law V, Sect. 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (By-Law V, Sect. 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (By-Law V, Sect. 5) 

(6) Committee on Memorial (By-Law V, Sect. 6) 

(7) Committee on Nominations (By-Law V, Section 7) 

(8) Committee on Membership (By-Law V, Sect. 8) 

(9) Committee on Membership (By-Law V, Sect. 9) 

(10) Committee on Properties (By-Law V, Sect. 15) 

(11) Committee on Baptist Emergency Home (By-Law V, Sect. 16) 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the annual meeting. 
Committee on Committees (By-Law V, Sect. 11) 

SECTION 2. The following committees shall be appointed by the Moderator at 
thirty days prior to the annual meeting to serve during the annuEil meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (By-Law V, Sect. 12) 

(2) Committee on Resolutions (By-Law V, Sect. 13) 

(3) Committee on Enrollment (By-Law V, Sect. 14) 

ARTICLE XI Amendments 

SECTION 1. The provisions of this Constitution shall not be waived at any 
meeting of the association, except as herein provided for amendments thereof. 

SECTION 2. Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any annual 
session of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the voting 



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members present, provided that the proposed amendments shall have been 
presented to the Moderator at least 15 days prior to the meeting, and submitted to 
the Committee on Constitution for its report and recommendation. It must be 
presented to the Association on the first day and voted by the Association on the 
second day, by a standing vote. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law I Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of Ci-der, Revised Edition shall be followed as the Association's 
rules for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the Association 
prescribes otherwise. 

By-Law 11 Associationed Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30, with the 
exception of the fiscal or financial year which shall begin January 1 and close 
December 31. 

By-Law HI New Churches 

Any church seeking admission to the membership of the Association shall 
petition in writing the Executive Board at least three months prior to the annugd 
meeting of the Association, which petition shall be referred to the Committee on 
Membership for its study of the petitioning church's covenant, articles of faith, 
history, practices, cooperative spirit, its relations to other member churches of the 
Association, and its willingness to abide by the Constitution and By-Laws of the 
Association. The Committee on Membership shall then report to the Association 
at its annual meeting its findings and recommendations for Associational action. 

By-Law IV Duties of Officers 

SECTION 1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the body 
according to the Constitution and By-Laws, appoint Committee on Committees, 
Committee on Place and Preacher, Committee on Resolutions, and Committee on 
Enrollment. He shall be chairman of the Executive Board, and an ex officio 
member of all other committees. 

SECTION 2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure, of the moderator, and shall be Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches 
at least a month before the Association's annual meeting, distribute at the annual 
meeting mineographed copies of the Digest of these reports, make an accurate 
record of the proceedings of the Association, supervise, the printing and 
distributing of minutes to the member churches within sixty days after the annual 
meeting, keep on file copies of minutes, records and other documents of the 
Association, and also, serve as secretary of the Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association 
in the name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions from the 
Association, its Executive Board, or as designated in the Budget; render an 
accurate report of receipts and disbursements and distribute same at the annual 
meeting and give an oral report at each queirterly Executive Board Meeting; and 
keep books available and up to date for examination. 

The ChEiirman of the Finance Committee shall have the authority to act for the 
Treasurer in the event the Treasurer is incapacitated. 



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SECTION 5. The Music Director shall be in charge of the music program of 
the Association at and between annual meetings. 

SECTION 6. The Auditor shall at the close of the Associational year make an 
audit of the Treasurer's records. 

SECTION 7. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
meeting of the Association. 

By-Law V. Duties of Committees. 

SECTION 1. The Committee on Order of Business shall be composed of three 
members and the Moderator, Clerk, and Music Director. It shall prepare a 
printed program of the annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all 
persons on the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual 
meeting. It shall in the opening of the annual meeing of the Association present 
the printed program for adoption and serve through the sessions when 
adjustments in the order of business become necessary. 

SECTION 2. The Committee on Missions 

(1) This Committee shall be composed of one representative each from the 
Associational Brotherhood and W.M.U., the treasurer, each of the directors of 
Associational Ministries, and three additional members elected by the Association 
to serve three years on a rotating basis. It shall work with the Director of 
Missions in promoting the work in the Association, and lead and assist in 
organizing new churches and in beginning new mission stations. 

(2) If such advise is sought, it shall advise any group seeking to organize a 
new church. It shall also seek to help any member church desiring assistance with 
its problems. 

(3) When without a Director of Missions, this Committee shall seek out and 
recommend to the Association, or its Executive Board, for election a new Director 
of Missions according to By-Law Vn, Section I. 

(4) This Committee shall seek out and recommend to the Association, or its 
Executive Bojird, any salaried personnel relating to mission ministries according 
to By-Law Vm, Section 1. 

SECTION 3. The Committee on Evangelism, composed of three members, 
shall promote the work of evangelism in the Association in cooperation with the 
Association and the State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs to 
be subject to the approval of the Association or its Executive Board. 

SECTION 4. The Committee on Finance, composed of five members and 
Treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate program, 
present a budget to the Association for the following year, devise plans for 
securing the cooperation of the churches in raising funds to meet the budget, and 
make a written report to the annual meeting. 

SECTION 5. Tlie Committee on Ordinations, composed of five members, shall, 
when requested by a member church, assist with the examination and ordination 
of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. Each candidate shall be examined as to 
his Christian experience, call to and preparation for the ministry, doctrinal beliefs, 
and attitude toward our DenomJiation and its program. 

SECTION 6. The Committee on Memorieds, composed of three members, shedl 
bring a report at the annual meeting and lead in a memorial service in memory of 
those reported by the churches as deceased since the last annual meeting. 

SECTION 7. The Committee on Nominations, composed of seven members, 
shall contact and nominate at the April meeting of the Association the officers and 
trustees of the Association according to Article VI and Vn of the Constitution. 



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This Committee shall also fill vanancies which occur between April meetings of 
the Association among persons which were nominated by this Committee. This 
Committee's nominations shall not preclude other nominations from the floor. 

SECTION 8. The Committee on Constitution, composed of five members, shall 
be available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to make 
recommendations as needed to keep the Constitution in line with the policies and 
programs of the Association, 

SECTION 9. The Committee on Membership, composed of five members, shall 
perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution and By-Laws, Article in, 
Section 3 and By-Laws lO). 

SECTION 10. The Committee on Committees, composed of seven members, 
shall perform the duties as set forth in the Constitution (Article DC, Section 1), and 
shall assist the Executive Board in filling vacancies on all other standing 
committees occuring between sessions. This Committee shall also name the 
chairman of each committee. 

SECTION 11. The Committee on Place and Preacher, composed of five 
members, shall receive or solicit invitations for the place or places of meeting for 
the next annual meeting of the Association, and shall recommend the place or 
places. It shall also recommend the preacher and alternate for the annual and 
doctrinal sermons which shall be given on the first day and the other on the 
second day to be alternated from year to year. 

SECTION 12. The Committee on Resolutions, composed of five members, 
shall draw up and present to the Association resolutions of appreciation and any 
other resolutions it may deem expedient. 

SECTION 13. The Committee on Enrollment, composed of five members, shall 
prepare for and direct the enrollment of the messengers at all of the sessions. 
Each messenger shall be enrolled only once during the annual meeting. Also, this 
Committee shall be prepared to report on enrollment as called for during the 
sessions. 

SECTION 14. The Properties Committee shall be composed of five members 
and shall be responsible for the upkeep of all properties owned or leased by the 
Association or its Trustees. 

SECTION 15. The Baptist Eimergency Home Committee shall be composed of 
three members who will work with the Director of the Home and shall keep the 
Association informed as to the needs and opportunities at the Home. 

By-Law VI Trustees 

The legal title to all real and personal property of the Association shall be 
vested in the trustees and their successors in such office. The said trustees may 
convey said property by proper legal instruments pursuant to resolutions adopted 
and approved by the Association or its Executive Board. They shall handle all 
legal matters of the Association under the direction of the said Association or its 
Executive Board. See Article Vn of the Constitution. 

By-Law Vn Director of Missions 

SECTION 1. His selection shall be upon recommendation of the committee on 
Missions and on vote by the Association in its annual meeting or, between 
sessions of the Association, by its Executive Board. He shall be a member of all 
committees and orgaizations of the Association in a serving or advisory capacity. 
The relationship between the Association and its Missionary may be terminated 
by either party upon giving of reasonable notice. 



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SECTION 2. The Director of Missions shall promote the work of the 
Association and Denomination, cooperating with the churches, their pastors and 
officers, and the Associational committees and organizations. He shall make a 
quarterly report to the Executive Board, and an annual report to the Association. 

SECTION 3. Job Description: 

PROMOTION 

1. That the State Board will have certain policies and methods of operation 
which the Director of Missions and the missions committee should be familiar with 
and use as a guide. 

2. That the primary responsibiUty for planning and executing the work shall be 
carried out by him in collaboration with the associational missions committee. 

3. A well rounded program including all phases of needed work should be 
planned and patiently and faithfully promoted. 

4. The Director of Missions shall, upon request, provide a list of qualified 
persons who may be considered by churches seeking pastors. 

PRIMARY MISSIONS 

1. We recognize that the heart of an associational missions program is the 
Director of Missions and a good Associational missions committee. 

2. That the beginning and operation of mission projects promoted by the 
Director of Missions be church-sponsored. 

3. Conduct surveys to ascertain community needs. 

4. Whenever the associational budget does not provide funds for primary 
missions, we recommend that the Director of Missions, finance committe, 
missions committee consult together and suggest ways and means whereby funds 
may be raised for promoting new work or strenghtening work already established. 

5. The Director of Missions shall have the administrative responsibility for all 
personnel related to the Association's mission ministries. 

EDUCATION 

1. That the missions committee, and Director of Missions with whatever aid 
they may require from the associational resources, seek to visit each church in the 
association in the interest of strenghtening the work in the local church and 
improving the relationship between the churheee and the association. 

2. Publication of activities. 

3. Promotion of Vacation Bible Schools and Study Courses. 

4. An attempt be made, on associational level, to assist loced churches where 
needed in getting young people and leadership to state and southwide summer 
assemblies. 

Should there occur, at any time, a grievance on the part of the Director of 
Missions and/or the association, they may approach and consult with the 
moderator, chairman and vice-chairman of the missions committee. 

By-Law VIQ Salaried Personnel 

The election of salaried personnel relating to mission ministries shall be upon 
recommendation of the Committee on Missions and on vote by the Association at 
its Annual Meeting, or between sessions of the Association, by its Executive 
Board. 

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By-Law DC Annuai Reports 

Persons who are to bring reports to the annual meeting of the Association shall 
present the same to the Director of Missions or Clerk, two weeks prior to the 
annual meeting in order for these to be included in the Book of Reports, which will 
be given to all messengers at the annual sessions. 

By-Law X Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws may be made at any session of the annual 
meeting of the Association when presenting in writing at said meeting and 
approved by a majority of the messengers present and voting. 

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE 
MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

This is to certify that the (name of Church) 

of (address in 

church conference (date) , voted to make formal 

application for membership in the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Association, 
and pledges itself to support the Baptist Denominantion and its program of 
carrying out Our Lord's Commands within the Association, the State, the 
Homeland, and throughout the world. It has been read before the congregation, 
and approved, the "Aiticles of Faith" known and commonly accepted by Baptist 
as the "New Hampshire Confession of Faith." It further pledges itself to live by 
the "Church Covenant" of a Missionary Baptist Church. It declares itself to be a 
duly constituted and organized Missionary Baptist Church, and will maintain this 
status at all time, or will voluntarily withdraw from the Association. 

It understands that upon submitting this application to the annual session of 
the Association, and if the Association received the application, it will be referred 
to the Executive Board of the Association for study and investigation. The church 
maintains the status of Associate Membership until such time, as the Executive 
Board makes a favorable recommendation that it be received into fuU membership 
with all the rights and privileges. 



Proceedings 



FIRST DAY, MONDAY OCTOBER 16, 1978 

GROVE PARK BAPTIST CHURCH 

NIGHT SESSION 

1. The 109th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association was called 
to order by the Moderator Thomas E. Hill. 

2. Roby Linebarger, Minister of Education of host Church, extended a cordial 
welcome to all in attendance and then conducted a devotional period. 

3. The minutes of the July 9th meeting were read by the clerk and approved. 



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4. Rev. Howard Silver, chairman of the Order of Business Committee, 
presented the program as given in the Book of Reports and moved for its 
adoption. This motion was adopted. 

MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING 
Oetoberl6-18, 1978 

THEME: "Let The Church Reach Out** 

Monday, October 16, 1978 - "Let the Church Reach Out Through Bold Going" 
GROVE PARK BAPTIST CHURCH 

P.M. 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion Rev. Roby Linebarger 

7:10 Reading and Approving Minutes Mr. Freeman Cooper 

7:15 Presentation of Order of Business Dr. J. Howard Silver 

7:20 Roll Call of Churches Rev. Charles L. McMillan, Jr. 

7:25 Enrolment of Messengers Mr. Freeman Cooper 

7:30 Report of the Executive Committee and 

Committee Appointments Mr. Tom Hill 

7:40 Hymn 

7:45 Treasurer's Report Mr. Graham Rogers 

7:50 Study Committee Report Dr. Tom Denton 

8:00 Miscellaneous Business 

8:10 Missions Emphases Lounelle Selle and Taiwan and Chile Missionaries 

8:30 Hymn and Special Music 

8:35 Annual Sermon Rev. Frank Haith 

9:10 Benediction 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1978 - "Let the Church Reach Out Through Bold 

Growing** 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF HILLSBOROUGH 

A.M. 

9:00 Coffee Time 

9:25 Welcome and Devotion Dr. Tom Denton 

9 :35 Reports of Committees 

Nominating Committee Mr. Elmer Joyner 

Committee on Committees 

Ordination Committee Mr. Lynn Lambert 

Evangelism Committee Dr. Dale Steele 

Memorials Committee Miss Lenna Rudd 

Constitution Committee Rev. Joe Hicks 

10:00 Report of Organizations 

Sunday School Rev. Roby Linebarger 

WMU Mrs. Shirley Bradley 

Brotherhood Mr. Chuck Surles 

Music Rev. Larry Thompson 

Youth Coordinator Mrs. Pat Keck 

10:25 Hymn 

10:30 Time, Place, Preacher Committee Report Dr. Roy Taylor 



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10:35 Miscellaneous Business 

10:45 Missions Emphases - Associational Missions 

11:15 Recognition of Convention Representatives 

11:20 Special Music 

11:25 Doctrinal Sermon Dr. J. Howard Silver 

12:05 Benediction 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1978 - "Let the Church Reach Out Through Bold 

Prajdng" 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GRAHAM 

P.M. 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion Rev. Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 

7:10 Gardner-Webb College 

7:30 Film, "Explain Me A Missionary" 

7:55 Home Missions Emphases Sonya Ammons 

8:20 Hymn 

8:25 Membership Committee Report Rev. Larry Thompson 

8:30 Special Music 

8:35 Director of Missions Report Rev. Charles L. McMillan, Jr. 

9:00 Right Hand of Fellowship 

9:15 Benediction 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1978 - "Let the Church Reach Out Through Bold 

Giving" 
ALTAMAHAW BAPTIST CHURCH 

P.M. 

6:00 Dinner 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion Rev. Frank Haith 

7:10 Finance Committee Report (Budget) Mr. Terrell Duncan 

7:25 Constitution Committee Report Rev. Joe Hicks 

7:35 Missions Committee Report Mr. Johnny Greene 

7:55 Resolutions Committee Report Rev. Larry Thompson 

8:00 Special Music 

8:05 Message Dr. Cecil A. Ray 

8:55 Benediciton 

9:00 Reception for Charles and Greta McMillan 



5. A roll call of the Churches was conducted by Charles McMillan, Director of 
Missions, As each Church was called a picture of the Church plant was shown on 
the screen. 

6. After the roll call the clerk made a motion that the messengers registered 
and those who would register in the following sessions would constitute the body 
for the Associational meetings of the 109th Annual Session. This motion was 
adopted. 

7. Moderator Hill called attention to the report of the Executive Committee 
listed on page 28 of the Book of Reports and also a list of the Committees 
appointed by the Moderator as found on page 9. 



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8. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "Hark, The Voice of 
Jesus Calling." 

9. Graham Rogers, Associational Treasurer, presented his report as shown on 
pages 31 and 32 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

10. Dr. Tom Denton, Chairman of The Associational Study Committee, 
presented the report of his conmiittee as shown on pages 25 and 26 of the Book of 
Reports. This report was adopted by the messengers. 

11. There was no Miscellaneous Business to be taken care of at this session. 

12. During a period of foreign mission emphasis, tapes made by missionaries 
serving overseas from Mount Zion, telephone conversation from one overseas 
missionary, and a talk on the life of a missionary, who is home on furlough, was 
given. This emphasis was rendered in the following order: 

(a) Betty Ann Mincey - tape Taiwan 

(b) Phil & Cindy Waugh -Tape Taiwan 

(c) Linda & Tilden Bridges - Tape Taiwan 

(d) Lounelle Selle - Talk Taiwan 

(e) Phyllis Thomas - Telephone conversation from Chile 

13. The hymn "Serve The Lord With Gladness" was sung by those in 
attendance. 

14. Special Music "The King Is Coming" was rendered by Mrs. Margaret Miller. 

15. The annual sermon was preached by Rev. Frank Haith, pastor of 
Altamahaw Baptist Church. 

16. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Dr. James Ballard, pastor of 
Holly HiU Baptist Church. _ 

SECOND DAY, TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 1978 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

MORNING SESSION 

17. Moderator Hill called the session to order at 9:25 A.M. 

18. Dr. Tom Denton, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and then led in a 
devotional period. 

19: Rev. Ehner Joyner presented the Nominating Committee Report as shown 
on page 8 of the Book of Reports and those nominated to serve for the following 
year were elected. 

20. Rev. Monty Fox presented the report of the Committee on Committees as 
shown on pages 9 and 10 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

21. Dr. Roy Taylor presented the report of the Ordinations Committee as shown 
on page 23 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

22. Moderator Hill presented the report of the Evangelism Committee as 
shown on page 20 of the Book of Reports and this report was adopted. 

23. A memorial to the membership in our Churches deceased during the past 
year was conducted by Miss Lenna Rudd. Miss Rudd moved that the 1978 
Minutes of the Association be dedicated to Rev. Charles L. McMillian, Jr., who is 
leaving our Association as Director of Missions to become Director of Missions for 
the Raleigh Association on November 1st. This motion was adopted. 

24. Representative present from our state convention were recognized. 

25. Rev. Joe Hicks presented the report of the Constitution Conmiittee as 
shown on page 30 of the Book of Reports. Rev. Hicks urged that this report be 
studied and the proposed changes would be voted on at the Wednesday night 



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26. Roby Lmebarger presented the Sunday School report as shown on page 25 
of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

27. Mrs. Shirley Bradley presented the WMU report as shown on pages 12, 13, 
and 14, of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

28. Charles Surles presented the Brotherhood report as shown on page 25 of 
the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

29. Rev. Larry Thompson presented the Music Committee report as shown on 
pages 15 and 16 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

30. Mrs. Pat Keck, Youth Coordinator, presented her report. 

31. The hymn "He Leadeth Me, O Blessed Tho't" was sung by aU. 

32. Dr. Roy Taylor presented the report of the Time, Place, and Preacher 
Committee as shown on page 23 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

33. During the time allotted for Miscellaneous Business, our Director of 
Missions recognized all new pastors in the Association. 

34. Rev. Joe Lang led in a special prayer for aU new pastors in the Association, 
Churches without peistors, and for the committee in the selection of a new Director 
of Missions. 

35. Our Director of Missions presented Associational Emphasis in word and 
also in slides. 

36. The new houseparents for the Emergency Home, Fred and Marie Walther, 
were recognized. 

37. Mrs. W. R. Wagoner of the Children's Home spoke briefly on the 
Children's Home and our Emergency Care facility. 

38. Special music was rendered by Mrs. Emily Thompson. 

39. The Doctrinal sermon was preached by Dr. J. Howard Silver, peistor of 
Northside Baptist Church. 

40. The meeting was adjourned with prayer. 

EVENING SESSION 
GRAHAM, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

41. Prelude piano and organ music was rendered by two students of 
Gardner-Webb College. 

42. The night session was called to order by Moderator Thomas E. Hill. 

43. A cordial welcome to all was extended by Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., host 
pastor. Dr. Jones then conducted a devotional period. 

44. A program of special music was rendered by four members of the 
Gardner- Webb college choir. 

45. A film "Explain Me A Missionary" was shown which presented Home 
Mission In Action. 

46. Sonya Ammons spoke briefly with emphasis on Home Missions. 

47. Roby Linebarger, of Grove Park Church, spoke of the Mission work in the 
mountains of West Virginia by a group from his church this past summer. He 
made a plea for funds to help build a Church in the region where they had worked. 

48. Special music was rendered by a quartet of young people from Grove Park 
Church. 

49. Rev. Larry Thompson led in singing the hymn "Saviour, Like A Shepard 
Lead Us." 

50. Rev. Larry Thompson presented the report of the Membership Committee 
as shown on page 16 of the Book of Reports. This report recommended that Nail 



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Memorial Baptist Church become a member of our Association. This 
recommendation was approved and members of this church were asked to come to 
the front of the church, at the close of the service, to be given the right hand of 
christian fellowship and welcomed in to the Association. 

51. Special music was rendered by Charles Surles of Glen Hope Baptist Church. 

52. Charles McMillan Director of Missions, gave his report as shown on page 
11 of the Book of Reports. 

53. The benediction was given by Charles McMillan. 

54. Members present from Nail Memorial Baptist Church were given the right 
hand of christian fellowship and welcomed in to the Association. 



THIRD DAY, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1978 
ALTAMAHAW BAPTIST CHURCH 

NIGHT SESSION 

55. Thomas E. Hill, Moderator, called the session to order at 7:00 P.M. 

56. Frank Haith, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and then conducted a 
devotional period. 

57. Rev. Larry Thompson led in singing the hymn "To God Be The Glory". 

58. The chair was turned over to the incoming Moderator Dr. Thomas E. 
Denton, pastor of Hillsborough, First Baptist Church. 

59. On behalf of the Association Charles McMillan, Director of Missions, 
presented Thomas E. Hill a "Certificate of Appreciation" for a job well done as 
moderator for the past two years. 

60. Terrell Dimcan presented the new Associational Budget for the coming year 
as shown on page 33 of the Book of Reports. This budget was approved by the 
messengers. 

61. Rev. Joe Hicks presented the Constitutional Changes that had been 
presented at a previous session. Rev. Robert Brizendine moved that we amend 
the proposed change of Section 4 of Article TV to read ' 'Each church shall elect ten 
(10) messengers with churches whose membership is more than 500 begin entitled 
to an additional messenger for each 100 members above the first 500 members. 
These changes, with the mentioned amendement by Rev. Brinzendine was 
adopted by the messengers. 

62. Johnny Green presented the Missions Committee report as shown on page 
29 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted by the messengers. 

63. Brenda Beam, Youth Coordinator for the past year, told of her work with 
the youth. 

64. Steve Duncan, from the Life Enrichment Center in Raleigh, gave a talk on 
his work and of the counseling service performed in the Associational office. 

65. Johnny Greene, representing the Missions Committee, recommended that 
the Association make application to the Baptist State Convention for aid to the 
following churches: 

Fellowship $1200.00 

North Graham 1800.00 

Colonial Hills 480.00 

This recommendation was approved by the messengers. 

66. Rev. Larry Thompson presented the report of the Resolutions Committee 
which is shown elsewhere in the minutes. This report was adopted. 



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67. Special music was rendered by I>a\'id McMillan. 

68. No convention representatives were present to be recognized other than 
those on the program. 

69. Dr. Cecil Ray, Executive Secretar>' of the Baptist State Convention, brought 
a very challenging message on "Bold Missions". 

70. Thomas E. Hill asked the McMillan family, Charles, Greta, Da\id, and Beth 
to please come to the front. Tom presented Charles with an envelope containing 
approximately $1200.00 as a gift from the church in the Association to be used 
toward the purchase of a Grandfather Gock. A "Certificate of Appreciation' ' was 
also given Charles for his six and one half years as our Director of Missions. 

71. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Tom Elliott, pastor of 
Fairview Baptist Church. 

72. After the benedication, all adjourned to the Fellowship Hall for a reception 
for the McMillan family. 

Reports 

1979 CALENDAR OF ACTrVTTIES 1979 



JANTARY 1979 "January Bible Study" 

8- 9 Resort Missions Conference, Caraway 

12-13 Home Mission Studv iTeacher Training', Caraway 

14 ^^'MU Council 

15 Pastor's Conference 

15 Quarterly Associational Meeting 

21 Baptist Men's Day 

22-23 Pastor-Music Director Workshop 

23 Interfaith Witness (Fayetteville) 

25-26 Baptist Doctrine Session, Friendly Ave., Greensboro 

26-27 Lay Witness Annual Meeting. Caraway 

26-27 Conference for Bi-vocational Pastors 

29-30 Youth Ministry Fellowship, Caraway 

30-31 General Board Meeting, Raleigh 

FEBRU-ARY 1979 -"WSfU Focus Week" 

2- 4 Marriage Enrichment Retreat, Caraway 

5- 6 State Evangehsm Conference, Fayette\-ille 

9-10 "^"ML Conference on Women and Evangelism, Caraway 

12 Pastors &: Wives Banquet 

12 Acteen's Banquet 

11-17 WSiU Focus Week 

16-17 Interviews for Summer Missions, Caraway 

19 Regional C.T. Interpretation Conference, Raleigh 

23-25 Baptist Men's Retreat 

23-25 High School Senior's Retreat, Caraway 

27 Urban Mission Conference, Parkway Chijrch, Greensboro 



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MARCH 1979 "Home Missions Offering** 

1- 2 State VBS Clinic #3, Caraway 

2- 3 State Youth Choir Festival (Calvary Church, Winston) 
2- 3 Day Camp Workshop, Mundo Vista 

4-11 Week of Prayer for Home Missions (4-11) 

9-10 Big "A" Club Workshop (Mundo Vista) 

11-17 Youth Week 

16-17 State WMU Annual Meeting (Raleigh) 

16-18 Engaged Couples Retreat, Caraway 

16-18 State Pioneer R.A. Congress 

17 Associational Youth Night 

17 BYW Prayer Retreat 

19 Pastor's Conference 

20 Associational WMU Annual Meeting, Burlington First 
20-21 Gardner V/ebb Ministers' Conference 

22 Migrant Workers Conference, Eden 

24 Weekday Early Education Workshop, Winston 

27 All Age Sunday School Bold Growing Clinic, Burlington 
30-31 R.A. Campcraft Training, Caraway 

30-31 State HandbeU - Adult Choir Festivals 

31 Baptist Women Houseparty (Ages 30-45) 

APRH. 1979 "Revival Time" 

6- 7 Church Media/ Library Conference, Charlotte 

6- 7 Seminar on Money & Women 

8 Adult Start-A-Class Sunday 

8-22 Simultaneous Revivals in Associational Churches 

9 Quarterly Associational Meeting (Evangelism and Outreach) 
'9-11 Seminary Extension Teachers' Workshop 

10 Bible Venture Interpretation/ Preparation Clinic, Winston- Salem 

11-12 Associational Sunday School Officers Development, Caraway 

13-16 MK Retreat (Mundo Vista) 

15 Cooperative Program Day 
15-21 Baptist Doctrine Week 

16 Pastor's Conference 

16-18 N.C. Religious Education Association, Caraway 

17 WMU Council 

17 Church BuOding Conference, Raleigh 

18:20 Church Training Special Workers' Conference 

20-21 Weekend R.A. Camp, Grades 4-6, Caraway 

20-22 State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 

20-22 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

21 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

21 Regional Children's Choir Festival, Kernersville 

21 G.A. Activity 

23 Associational V.B.S. Clinic 

23-25 N.C. State Church Music Conference, Caraway 

27-28 Weekend R.A. Camp, Grades 1-3, Caraway 

27-28 State Youth Convention 

27-29 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway ' 

28 Baptist Women's Houseparty (Ages 30-45) 



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MAY 1979 "Christian Home Week" 

4- 5 State BYW Retreat, Mundo Vista 

4- 5 State Handbell - Adult Choir Festivals 

4- 6 R.A. Counselors' Backpacking Weekend 

5 "Affirming the Family" Rally, Greensboro 

11-12 Couples' Retreat, Caraway 

11-12 G.A. & Mission Friends Leaders Retreat, Mundo Vista 

11-12 Conference for Bi- Vocational Pastors 

14 Acteens' Activity 

14-16 Associational Key Leadership, Ridgecrest 

14-16 Statewide Associational Deacon Consultant 

17-18 Statewide Sunday School Understanding Youth Seminar, Raleigh 

18-20 Teacher Interpreter Conference for Deaf, Caraway 

18-19 State RA Track Meet 

19 Baptist Women's Houseparty (Ages 30-45), Mundo Vista 

20-26 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

21 Pastors' Conference 

25-26 Correctional Ministries Workshop 

25-26 Youth Ministry Seminar, Southeastern Seminary 

26 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill and Youth Speakers' 
Tournament, Fruitland ^ 

29-30 General Board Meeting 
29-June 5 Orientation for Summer Workers 

JUNE 1979 "Church Ministries and Training Week** 

1- 2 Acteens Mini- Camp, Mundo Vista 

2 Children's & Youth DriUs, Youth Tournament (Regional), Asheboro 

9 Children's & Youth Drills, Youth Tournament (State). Caswell 

9-15 Church Training Youth Conference, Ridgecrest 

10-11 National WMU Meeting, Houston 

12-14 Southern Baptist Convention, Houston 

18-23 Church Training Week, Caswell 

25-29 Directors of Associational Missions Conference, Wingate 

25-30 Children's Choir Camp and Youth Music Training Week, Caswell 

JUXY 1979 "Assembly, Camp, Retreat Opportunities" 

2- 6 Week of Christian Study and Fellowship, Mars Hill College 
2- 7 Youth Ministry Week, Caswell 

7-13 Church Training Week, Ridgecrest 

8 Adult Start-A-Qass Day 

8-14 Youth Music Week, Truett Camp 

9 Quarterly Associationjd Meeting - "Church Development" 
9-14 Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill 

9-14 World Missions Week, Caswell 

10-12 Sixth National RA Congress, Nashville 

16-21 Youth Conference I, Caswell 

17 WMU Council 

23-28 Youth/ Adult Music Conference, Caswell 

24-29 National Acteens' Convention, Kansas City, Missouri 
30- Aug 4 Youth Conference H, Caswell 



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AUGUST 1979 "Pastor AppredatMMr 

4-10 WMU Conference, Ridgecrest 

5 Pastor Appreciation Day 

6 Associational Acteens* Activity 

6-11 Life and Career Directions Workshop, Caraway 

13 Interfaith Witness Conference, Asheville 

13-15 Happiness Retreat, Caraway 

17 Preschool-Children Music Leadership Conference (Sunday School, 
Music, WMU, Church Training), Tarboro 

17 Statewide Youth Evangelism Night 

17-18 G.A. Sleep-In 

24-25 Associational WMU Officers* Workshop, Ridgecrest 

24-25 Lay Witness Training, Caraway 

27 Music Reading 

31 Associational WMU Officers' Workshop, Mundo Vista 

SEPTEMBER 1979 "State Missions Offering*' 

Aug 31-3 Single Adult Christian Conference, Ridgecrest 

7- 8 Foreign Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 
10-11 "M" Night Training 

10-14 Children Exploring Discipleship Rallies 

14-15 Volunteer Music Director Retreat, Caraway 

16 State Mission Offering Day 

17 Pastors' Conference 

17-18 Literacy Workshop ^ 

17-19 Multivention, Caraway 

21-23 Business & Professional Men's Retreat, Caraway 

25 WMU Leadership, Holly Hill 

25-26 North/ South Track Meet 

28-30 Campers on Mission Rally 

28-30 Cross Country Campground, Lake Norman 

OCTOBER 1979 "Annual Associational Meeting** 

3 Single Adult Conference, Eden 

5- 7 Baptist Student Convention, Ridgecrest 

8- 9 Sunday School Bold Growth Campaign, Durham 
11-12 Praise- Sing Clinic, Rocky Mount 

12 Communications Conference, Caraway 

12-13 Younger Crusader R.A. Camp, Caraway 

12-13 Statewide Deacons' Retreat, Caraway 

15 Pastors' Conference 

16 WMU Council 

19-20 Career & Professional Women's Retreat, Ridgecrest 

19-20 Senior Men's/ Overseas Missions Retreat, Caraway 

23-24 Annual Associational Meeting 

26-27 BYW Convention, Ridgecrest 

26-27 Pioneer R.A. Officers 

NOVEMBER 1979 "N.C. Baptist State Convention** 

2- 3 Statewide Chairman of Deacons/Pastors Conference, FBC, Greensboro 

2- 3 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 



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4 Deacon Recognition Day 

5-11 Royal Ambassador Week 

9-10 Marriage Enrichment Retreat 

9-10 Youth Council Retreat 11, Caraway 

10-11 N.C. Baptist Men's Convention 

12-14 N.C. Baptist State Convention, Winston 

16-17 Crusader R.A. Congress 

16-17 Associational Acteens Council, Mundo Vista 

16-17 Associational Deacon Retreat, Caraway 

19 Pastors' Conference 

26 "M" Night 

DECEMBER 1979 "Lottie Moon Christmas Offering' 

2- 9 Week of P*rayer for Foreign Missions 

17 Pastors' Conference 

29-30 Winter Youth Celebration 

30 Student Night at Christmas 



R E M E M B E R THE MT. ZION PASTORS' CONFERENCE MEETS 

EACH THIRD MONDAY IN THE MONTH.. .10:00 A.M.. ..AT THE FIRST 
BAPTIST CHURCH OF GRAHAM. YOU WILL RECEIVE A REMINDER... 

EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 

A new format was used for our quarterly meetings this year which resulted in a 
much larger attendance. Much of the reporting of the organizations and 
committees was done in meetings with the various heads of organizations during 
the meal time. However, in the January meeting Johnny Greene did report that 
the Missions Committee had met with a committee of the Mount Zion Church and 
discussed a possible gift to the association of fifteen acres of land as a site for a 
permanent Emergency Home. It was noted that the Brookwood Baptist Church 
had given $450 to start a fund for this proposed structure. 

Moderator Hill noted that associational officers would be elected at the April 
meeting in order for them to be trained and have opportunity to plan the July 
meeting. Rev. W. T. Cockman was elected to fill the unexpired term as 
associational Sunday School Director. Houseparents of the Emergency Home, 
Sonny and Jan Wall were introduced. Dr. John Eddins spoke on the Doctrine of 
God and then the group was divided into small discussion groups led by various 
pastors. 

The April meeting was held at the Haw River Baptist Church emphasizing the 
theme "Evangelism and Outreach." New Pastors, Rev. Larry Harper of Antioch 
and Rev. Lynn Bertram of Crossroads, were introduced. The treausrer's report 
and reports of the organizations were distributed. The Missions Committee 
reported that the plans for the gift of property had not been finalized due to the 
health problems of Dr. Waggoner. The Missions Committee also recommended 
that the October quarterly meeting be held on October 16 in conjunction with the 
annual meeting rather than on October 9, and that missions and ministries be the 
theme of the entire series of meetings. This recommendation was approved. 



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The Nominating Committee presented the following slate of officers to be 
elected to serve imtil April, 1979: W. T. Cockman, Sunday School Director; Ken 
Simpson, Church Training Director; Brenda Beam, Youth Coordinator; Larry 
Thompson, Music Director; Pete Foster, Brotherhood Director; and Shirley 
Bradley, W.M.U. Director. These were elected. 

The Associational Council recommended that the July meeting be held on 
Sunday, July 9, instead of Monday, July 10, in order that a major emphasis could 
be made of Key Leadership Conference and the Bold Mission Thrust program. 

Jerry Abies led a conference on Evangelistic Music, and Mark Corts led a 
conference on evangelistic outreach programs in the local church. Later Rev. 
Corts preached an inspirational message to the combined groups. 

The July meeting began at 3:00 p.m. at the Hocutt Church with Vice 
Moderator, C. W. Lee, presiding. Talmadge Williams of the state convention 
spoke on "The Bibhcal Mandate for Bold Missions." The congregation was 
divided into eleven conferences which included: Brotherhood, Church Clerks, 
Church Training, Deacons, Evangelism, Missions, Music, Pastors, Sunday School, 
and Stewardship. These conferences were adjourned at 4:45 and churches were 
given an opportunity to meet together and plan their individual church work. 

A snack supper was held in the fellowship hall of the Hocutt Church at 5:45. In 
the business session the treasurer's report was distributed and the Superintendent 
of Missions announced that representatives of the Children's Homes believed that 
the Mt. Zion Church propoerty was unsuitable as a site for the Emergency Home 
dut to its distance from the supporting agencies in BurHngton and Graham. 

A slide presentation on Bold Missions was given after which Rev. Roy Smith, 
Associate to the Executive Secretary of the Baptist State Convention, spoke on 
"The challenge of Bold Missions. The meeting was concluded with special music 
rendered by Mrs. Emily Thompson and the benediction by Rev. Charles Lemley, 
pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mebane. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS REPORT 

The tendency in a report is to recall past activities, usually accompUshments. 
The pressure to remember and reminisce is even greater since this is my last 
report. However, opportimities do not occur in the past, only in the present and 
future, so my "report" will have to do with present and future possibilities. I am 
excited about the first year's response to the new structure. The quarterly 
meetings have been well attended and the evaluations have been enthusiastic. 
Some opportimity must be given a new Superintendent of Missions to evaluate the 
total associational picture and in particular this new structure before it is tied 
down too tightly in written constitution. However, it is my hope that the 
principles already validated will be conserved in some jissociational action. The 
most important of these are: 

the involvement of more people through thematic (subject oriented) 
meetings and evening meetings. 

the involvement of the decision-making people of the church in 
associational meetings by having snack suppers at the quarterly meeting for 
heads of church organizations and the changing of the local church process of 
election of messengers to the association so that heads of church organizations 
will be included. 



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the establishment of associational structure, i.e. coimnittees/commissions, 

task forces, that reflect the objectives of the association. These I hope will be 

implemented in the constitution as soon as possible. 

Several activities loom as priorities for associational action. Among them are: 
(1) the enlargement of the office space or perhaps the sale of the present office 
and purchase of larger offices; (2) the finding of suitable land for building an 
Emergency Home; (3) the enthusiastic acceptance of Bold Mission Thrust as a 
program for growth both for local churches and the association. 

In regards to church growth, we need to be reminded that this is easier to talk 
about than to do. This may be true in part because growth represents change to 
people and change is often scary and therefore resisted. However, growth in a 
plant, a person, or an institution is the best evidence of life and we must make a 
commitment to grow. 

Our concepts and practices often limit growth. For instance most of our church 
programs are beamed toward families where there are both husband and wife and 
the children are under 18 and still in the home. Statistically, this group represents 
but one-third of the possibilities. Other groups such as single parent families, 
singles, senior citizens, and previously marrieds need and deserve the attention 
and ministry of our churches. 

The ever increasing visibility of foreign language speaking people indicated a 
need for increased literacy missions and the establishment of ethnic churches. 
S.B.C. churches in 1975 were fewer in comparison to the number of people than in 
1889. The number of new churches being started in our area by other groups plus 
the realization that there are still some 80,000 people unaffiliated with a church, 
indicates a need for an eiggressive church planting process. 

The associational program to discover train and supervise Christian volunteers 
needs to be expanded and strenghtened. The use of puppetry to reach otherwise 
unreachable people needs to be enlarged. 

Work with migrants, ethnic groups, prison inmates, discipleship training for 
church members, family life improvement, and others too numerous to list provice 
a fertile field for the planting of Christian lives. May God give you the vision, 
strenth, and courage to know His will and to do it. 

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS 
OF THE ASSOCIATION STUDY COMMITTEE 

1. Encourage and make provisions for the establishing of objectives by the 
grassroots people of the churches. We continue to support the establishment of 
an Association Relations Committee by each church in our association. 
Furthermore, we recommend that when a church decides to select such a 
committee that it be composed of elected messengers to the quarterly and annual 
meetings of the association. We request that the pastor or church clerk inform the 
associational office if and when such a committee is formulated. 

We also recommend that as soon as the new Superintendent of Missions is 
settled in, that every church in the association extend a personal invitation to the 
superintendent to come and discuss associational life with the local congregation. 

Our constitution should be amended in order that the Associational Council can 
function as a long-range planning committee. 

2. Develop a structure in the association that will facilitate the reaching of the 
determined goals and objectives of the assodation. (See addendum). We believe 
that the quarterly meetings of the association have been beneficial channels for 



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emphasizing our goals and objectives. We recommend that these quarterly 
meetings be continues through 1979 on a trial basis. If this practice is to continue 
beyond 1979, our constitution should be amended so as to allow quarterly 
meetings to become a permanent part of associational structure and pro- 
gramming. Implementation procedures for these meetings should be established 
and instigated bewteen now and the end of the one hundred tenth annual session 
of the association. 

We further recommend that our constitution's purpose be rewritten so as to 
reflect the associational objectives adopted at the 1977 annual session. 

3. Involve more lay people in the decision-making process of associational life. 
We recommend that our constitution be amended to allow each member church a 
minimun of ten (10) messengers to quarterly meetings and annual sessions. 
Churches with over 500 members should be entitled to one additional messenger 
for each 100 members. We further suggest that at least five of the messengers be 
leaders in local church organizations. 

4. Communication must be improved dramatically. Over 1,400 of our people 
are now receiving the Mount Zion Courier. It is desirous that even more of our 
people receive this informative newsletter. As financial resources are available, 
we suggest that the audio visual ministry of the association be expanded. In the 
near future, we should move toward the purchase of a video tape cassette 
recorder. 

5. Improve fellowship in the Association. The concept and programming of 
quarterly meetings has been a tremendous asset to associational fellowship. The 
additional ten hours designated for quarterly meetings has drawn over 800 
participants into associational fellowship. 

We salute five of our member churches in Orange County for joining in a 
coalition to fight liquor-by-the-drink in their area. 

6. Develop and encourage pastoral support systems. We support the purpose 
of the Moimt Zion Association Pastor's Conference and believe it serves as one 
source of pastoral support. 

We continue to underscore the importance of the pastoral support system 
provided through our contractual agreement with N.C. Baptist Hospital. We are 
pleased that our pastors, pastors' wives, church staffs, and laity have this service' 
available through the association. We continue to believe this ministry should be 
expanded. 

7. Increase financial support of the association. The association meeting in 
annual session has recommended that each church work toward designating 4% of 
its budget to associational missions. 

8. Upgrade associational leadership. We are pleased to report that 75% of our 
associational leadership attended the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest 
this year. We recommend that our associational officers participate in this 
conference through 1982. We endorse the efforts made by the employees of our 
association to improve their professional knowledge and expertise. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Tom Denton, Chairman 

Nancy Graves, LiUie Mae Harden 

James Dimn, Howard Silver, 

Dalton Rhue, Cecil Griffin 

Tom HiU, Moderator 

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The Coordinating Council would be responsible for planning and coord^ting 
all of the work of the Association. It would meet monthly. 

Task Forces would be responsible for the tasks from which they get their 
names. Each would be chaired by a moderator or vice moderator who would be a 
member of the Coordinating Council. Each of the task forces would be 
responsible for planning the meetings of the association. Task Force I would 
oversee all meeting plans. Task Force n would plan the January meeting; Task 
Force HI the April meeting; Task Force IV the July meeting; and Task Force V 
the October meeting. 

Each Task Force would meet quarterly. 

Task Force I would oversee all administrative functions, i.e., hiring and firing 
of staff, budget planning, committee nominations, etc. 

Task Force n would enrich fellowship both inter-church and intra-church. 

Task Force HI would plan and promote evangelism and outreach. One 
subcommittee would plan Associational cooperative evangelistic programs. 
Another would promote annual evangelism plans for the local church. A third 
would coordinate outreach programs of organizations (such as action) when they 
are on an associational or multi-church level. 

Task Force IV would serve as a coordinator of leadership training activities and 
encourage and promote local church growth. Annual calendar planning would be 
the responsibility of this Task Force. 

Task Force V would discover, implement, and maintain Associational 
ministries. Surveying needs, enlisting churches, training volunteers and 
coordinating ministries shall be a part of the job of this Task Force. 

HIND SIGHT 

This is by no means a "since I came" column, though the personality involved 
in this sketch seemed fearful that it might be so received. The Reverend Charles 
L. McMillian, having served well as Director of Missions in the Mt. Zion Baptist 
Association for the past six plus years, has been recognized as a leader who is 
determined to achieve, and will assume the directorship of missions in a larger 
North Carolina Association on November 1, 1978. When asked what he 
considered to be some of the major advances in the work of the Mt. Zion 
Association during his tenure of offices, he modestly responded. 

"Thinking back about the ministries that have occurred, I would have to put as 
the most visible ministry "The Emergency Home." The cost of preparing that 
Home amounted to about half of the proposed budget, and yet the people of the 
Association rallied to the challenge of the need, and cooperating with the Baptist 
Children's Home of North Carolina, were the first to actually realize this kind of 
facility for needy children. "The number of children that have been helped, the 
individual situations that we have dealt with, the children and parents who have 
responded so positively to the ministry, the social service people who have 
responded so positively to it, have made it a most meaningful ministry." 

A second ministry which gives satisfaction is that which Mr. McMillan calls 
"The Family Life Ministry," a ministry of counseling provided in cooperation of 
the Association and the School of Pastoral Care of the Baptist Hospital. A 
counselor comes weekly into the Association, offering support services to pastors, 
their wives, and to referrals from the pastors. Mr. Steve Duncan from the 
Raleigh office will be serving as counselor during this year. 



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A third ministry mentioned is the growth of the ministry erf the Associational 
office itself. Says Mr. McMillian, "More and more people have come in each year, 
people coming in for information and services we are able to provide. The 
visibility of the Association has been enhanced by the office by a considerable 
degree." This office is certainly more than an administrative unit; it is a service 
center where encouragement is made to improve church bulletins, where Mrs. 
Hudson works with a meaningful puppet ministry, where the outreach ministry of 
local churches is aided by the reproduction of master cassette tapes, where 
duplications of needed materials is done, and where many pulpit committees find 
needed assistance. 

Finally, Mr. McMillian says, "Of all the things I have seen happen, probably 
the one that has less visibility but may eventually be the most significant thing 
that has occurred in the last ten years is the development of a new structure, at 
least the movement toward that structure. Associations will never be more active 
than the people who are a part of the annual Associational meetings. Emphasis on 
night meetings, more messengers, the emphasis on having the decision-making 
people in the local churches become messengers, and the encouragement of the 
early election of church officers so that we can tie in with that good training 
programs, to me has been probably the most significant thing we've done." 

Waiting is a part of "his story" (history.) And so we of the Mt. Zion Baptist 
Association wait to see the further development of these ministries which have 
been a source of joy and some degree of satisfaction to our Associational leader 
who leaves shortly to assume his work in the Raleigh Baptist Association. 

J. H. Waugh, Jr. 

HistorianofMt. Zion Baptist Association 



MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Bold Mission Thrust has dominated the Baptist Mission scene this year. It is 
apparent that the concept is becoming contagious among the rank and file Baptists 
and churches and church people are beginning to get on mission for Jesus Christ. 
The year began for Mount Zion with a World Mission Conference that exposed 36 
of our 40 churches to Baptist missions around the world. The tabulated results of 
people present, the number of addresses by missionaries, etc., was impressive 
but not nearly as impressive as the number of people that have responded since 
the conference to serve Christ outside the Mt. Zion area. Phil and Cindy Waugh 
are now serving in Taiwan, Charles and Sharon Knight have received their 
appointment to serve in Europe, Sony a Ammons served with the evangelism 
department this past summer in Maryland on an evangelistic team and Donna 
Keck served with the Home Mission Board in Wilmington, N.C. These and others 
who have responded inspire each of us to be better missionaries here at home. 

Our Emergency Home was out of operation for several weeks due to the 
difficulty of finding the right houseparents. However, we are very pleased that 
we now have a couple, Fred and Marie Walther, who have had over ten years 
experience as houseparents at the Mills Home in Thomasville. Along with our 
director, Lois Romine, everything is now well in hand. We continue to provide 
care for children and youth at or near capacity of the home. Your committee 
regretfully rejected an offer of land from the Mt. Zion Church for the purpose of 
building a permanent home. After consultation with the Baptist Chfldren's 



Homes' leadership, it was felt that the site was just too far away from the 
supporting agencies of social service, mental health, schools, etc. Our need to 
provide a permanent facility becomes more and more urgent as the years pass, 
and we urge every Baptist to pray that God will lead us to the right property. 

Mrs. Hudson's puppet ministry is flourishing and there are more request for 
engagements than" the team can fill. If your church has not been exposed to 
puppetry as a medium for telling the gospel, we encourage you to contact Mrs 
Hudson at the associational office and make arrangements for the team to visit 
your church. 

Brenda Beam, our coordinator of volunteers, has been working with a number 
of missions action projects including a ministry to prison inmates, tutoring for the 
children in the Emergency home, training for young people leading Backyard 
Bible Clubs, and working to get people involved in rest homes ministry. Brenda 
will be happy to talk with your church or one of its WMU or Brotherhood groups 
about possible ministry action projects. 

Our Family Life Ministry has operated well this year with assistance from the 
Baptist State Convention. Craig Weaver, John Edgerton, and now Steve Duncan 
have served as trained counselors providing group leadership and counseling 
services one day a week. Steve Duncan wiQ be with us for a full year and will be 
coming from the Raleigh satelite center of the Baptist Hospital. He will be 
available to provide counseling or consultation as needed. 

Since the first of August, your committe has been involved in getting ready 
and in the process of searching for a new missionary. Upon the resignation of 
Rev. McMillian to go as Director of Missions for the Raleigh Association, the 
committee has assumed its constitutionally required role of search committee. We 
have talked with Dr. Howard Ford and Roy Smith of the convention and have 
received suggestions from a number of you as to possible candidate for the job. 
The committee met several times to simply discuss and decide upon the proper 
procedures for securing a missionary and in its last several meetings has been 
looking at the resumes of possible candidates. We have begim the process of 
interviewing people and request the earnest prayers of all Christians as we seek 
to be led of God's Spirit to God's man for this place. We will keep you informed of 
our progress. Whole new vistas are open to us as we look toward the future. We 
believe this will be a good year for Mount Zion. 

Johnny Greene, Chairman 
Associational Missions Committee 



REPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

The Constitution Committee recommends the following changes in Associ- 
ational structure as a result of the Associational Study Committee's request. 

PROPOSED CHANGES 

That Article E entitled "Purpose" be stricken and the following paragraph 
added as a substitute. 

It shall be the purpose of the Association: (1) to provide for the 
mutual encouragement and fellowship of member churches through 



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the definition and practice of Baptist distinctives; (2) to consistently 
seek to confront everyone in our area with the claims of Christ on his 
or her life; (3) to encourage and facilitate church growth and 
development; (4) to promote participation in missions and 
ministries on the foreign field, in the homeland, in the state, and in 
the area of the local association; (5) to provide services to the 
churches as needed and desired; (6) to provide an additional channel 
by which member churches may participate in the Southern Baptist 
Convention and the North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

Amend or change Section 4 of Article IV to read as follows: 

Each church shall elect ten (10) messengers with churches whose 
membership is more than 500 being entitled to an additional 
messenger for each 100 members. Messengers shall be elected 
annually to be messengers for associational, quarterly and annual 
meetings. It is further suggested that at least five of the messengers 
be leaders in local church organizations. 

Amend Article IX by adding: 

Section 4 

The Associational Council shall serve as the long-range planning 

committee of the Association. 

Amend the constitution and by-laws by substituting the title Director of 
Missions for the title Superintendent of Missons or Associational Missionary 
Whenever they appear in the constitution and by-laws: 

Article VIII entitled Executive Board 

Article IX, Section 2 

By-law V, Section 2, Number (1) and Number (3) 

By-law VII (Title) 

By-law VII, Section 2, Section 3, Number (1) and (4) under 

Promotion and under Primary Missions, Numbers (1), (2), (4), 

and (5), under Education, Numbers (1) and (4). 
By-law IX, "Annual Reports" 



WOMAN^ MISSIONARY UNION 

1977-78 

For 1977-78 the WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION. (Southern Baptist 
Convention had a special emphasis called, Teach Missions: "to be, to do" To 
improve and to inform about quality WMU and mission work were the objectives. 
Activities during the year to reinforce Teach Missions: "to be, to do" were: 

Prayer Retreats for Baptist Women and Baptist Young Women 
Foreign Missions Graded Series Institute 
Home Missions Graded Series Institute 
Mission Action Workshop 



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Manual Studies 

Mission Action activities for Acteens and Girls in Action 

Banquets, Picnics, and Sleep-Ins 

Leadership Training (4th Tuesday in September) 

Inspiration, Information and Fellowship 

State WMU Annual Session at Fayetteville, with 42 attending 

Associational WMU Annual Meeting at Glen Hope with 320 

attending 
Quarterly Associational Meetings 

We commend the following WMU organizations for their achievements in 
1976-77: 

Distinguished Advanced Merit 

Fairview Glen Hope Burlington First 

Kinnett Memorial Hillsborough First Graham First 

Swepsonville Hocutt Memorial Grove Park 

Mebane First (10 consecutive years) Northside . 

West Hill 

The church year 1978-79 will be a special time to focus attention on Baptist 
Women, the part of WMU that involves women ages thirty and over. One of our 
goals will be to double the number of Baptist Women members in our churches. 

Every five years, Acteens have a Convention. In the summer of 1979. Acteens 
all over the United States will gather in Kansas City, Missouri for the National 
Acteens Conference. These girls, grades 7 through 12 will hear missionaries, see 
dramas, share ideas, stroll through exhibits, hear musical groups, etc. Buses will 
be going from North Carolina. 

Also, available for Acteens are scholarship awards based upon the number of 
Studiact levels of achievements completed and/ or financial need of the applicant. 
College scholarships are available to Campbell, Gardner- Webb, Wingate and 
Meredith. Applications may be obtained through the WMU Office, P.O. Box 
26508, Raleigh, N.C. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION will be working for Bold Mission Thrust in 
every prayer, every program, every promotion, every action. Pray for us as we 
strive to help the church fulfill its worldwide mission through education, support 
and involvement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr., Director 

Associational WMU 



SEVENTY - SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

Woman's Missionary Union 

THEME: 

"LET THE CHURCH REACH OUT' 

Glen Hope Baptist Church 

Burlington, NC 

March 21, 1978 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr., Presiding 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

5:00 PM 

Prelude 

Invocation Rev. Clarence Vaughn 

Hymn: "God, Our Father, We Adore Thee" #5 

Welcome: Mrs. A. J. Holt 

Business: 

Recognitions 

Place Committee - 

Election of Officers 

Age-Level Reports "Teach Missions: to BE, to Do" 

Hymn: "We've A Story To TeU" #455 

Lay Missions Mr. Forrest Phibbs 

Associational Missions Mrs. Wayne Beam 

Mission Action Mrs. R. Dan Smith 

Meditation and Prayer Mrs. Miriam Allred 

- SUPPER 

Served by Group #1, Mrs. J. Alfred Clubb, Chmn. 

, ■ EVENING SESSION 

7:30 PM 

Prelude 

Special Music Mrs. In Muk Kim 

Hymn: "Breathe On Me Breath of God" #167 

Prayer Calendar Girls In Action 

Recognition of Pastors and Wives Directors 

Dedicatory Prayer Rev. Charles Lemley 

Hymn: "In Christ There Is No East Or West" #443 

Offering: 

Mission Involvement: Dr. Tom Denton 

Special Music: Glen Hope Youth Ensemble 

Message From Mozambique Mrs. John A. Poe 

Benediction Dr. Roy Taylor 

Directing The Music Rev. Larry Thompson 

Organist Mrs. Dan Horner 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
MARCH 1977 -FEBRUARY 1978 

Balance Brought Forward $ 779.40 

Receipts: 

Promotional Fund (23 Churches Contributing) $526.75 

Offering Annual Meeting (March 1977) 173.65 

Offering Leadership Conference 90.02 

Refund from Literacy Mat 2.25 

Total Receipts 792.67 

Grand Total $1,572.07 

Total Disbursements 737.50 

Balance inBank $ 834.57 



DISBURSEMENTS 
MARCH 1977 -- FEBRUARY 1978 

BAPTIST WOMEN: 

Prayer Retreat Speaker, Mrs. Harrison Gregory 30.00 

Mission Action Speaker, Ruby West 10.00 

(Literacy) Books and Materials 22.13 

BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN: 

Conference 25i.00 

Expenses 40.00 

ACTEENS: 

Associational Meeting 30.00 

Camp Management Workshop 10.00 

Expenses 10.00 

Council Training (Mundo Vista) 60.00 

GIRLS IN ACTION: 

Sleep In 50.00 

MISSION FRIENDS: 

Materials and Supplies 5.17 

WMU ANNUAL MEETING: 

Speaker - Mrs. R. Edward Gordon 35.00 

Mileage (Betty Anne Mincey) 10.00 

Printing (name tags, paper supplies) 44.83 

AGE-LEVEL WORKSHOP - MUNDO VISTA: 100.00 

Mileage 12.30 

RIDGECREST EXPENSES FOR ALL DIRECTORS: 100.00 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD AGE-LEVEL SUPPLIES: 41.03 

PRINTING, PHONE AND POSTAGE: 70.46 

MISCELLANEOUS: MEMORIALS, GIFTS AND FLOWERS 31.58 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 737.50 



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BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 

The programs, services and facilities of the Baptist Children's Homes of N.C. 
are being utilized well for quality care of children and in providing assistance to 
families that need our help. The Homes strive to be worthy of the faith and 
confidence of N.C. Baptists and friends who continue to support this ministry 
through personal involvement, prayer and financial support. 

Our Homes have been moving in the direction of providing additional 
community-based services (such as, emergency care and group homes) as 
additional requests come to the Homes. Providing care for children reasonably 
close to a child's home is a wholesome trend. 

In the Piedmont area, Mills Home, foster home services, emergency care at 
Burlington and Charlotte, the high adventure program at Wall Home, the Child 
Development Center on the Mills Home campus, programs of crisis intervention, 
counseling, and family education fill a particular need in this area of the State. 

At the Burlington Emergency Care Home, 28 children were served between 
October, 1977 to the present date. Twelve of these children were from Alamance 
County, seven from Forsyth, three from Randolph, two from Orange, and one 
each from Person, Surry, Davidson and Stokes Counties. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Rev. W. T. Cockman, our Sunday School Director, accepted a call to serve on 
the staff of the First Baptist Church, Charlotte leaving a vacancy for part of the 
year. Roby Linebarger is being nominated as our new Simday School Director so 
there is not a comprehensive report at this time. However, here is a compilation 
of the VBS reports: 









Professions 


Prospects 




Number 


Enrolment 


of Faith 


Discovered 


Vacation Bible Schools 


29 


2,584 


25 


535 


Backyard Bible Clubs 


12 


203 


4 


32 


Mission V.B.S. 


1 


238 


33 






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3,025 


62 


567 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

We do not have a Brotherhood report this year. Mr. H. G. Foster, our former 
director, resigned in the middle of the year and Brotherhood statistics wiU be 
contained in the statistical tables of the minutes. Mr. Chuck Surles has been 
nominated as our new Brotherhood director. 



EVANGELISM REPORT 

A significant goal in Bold Missions is to encourage every church to double 
baptisms by 1982 or sooner. Christians need to lead unsaved persons to make 
genuine commitments to Christ and to guide them in their spiritual development. 
Pastors and church leaders can use the notebook - Bold Evangelism Through the 
Local Church - to plan and develop tui ongoing program of evangelism. Free 



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notebooks will be available and training sessions will be held in associational 
evangelism clinics across the state. 

•'The Evangelistic Church on Bold Mission" was the theme of the 32nd 
Statewide EvangeKsm Conference at the War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro, 
during February 6-7, 1978. Evangelistic speakers challenged about 2,400 pastors 
and lay persons to involve church members in bold evangelism. 

Four simmier youth evangelism teams preached in one week youth revivals 
and directed youth witness training in many churches across the state. One of 
these teams led youth revivals in nine churches in Maryland in a joint Bold 
Mission effort. Genuine decisions for Christ were made by many youth. 

Over 900 youth and adults attended the largest Youth Ministry Week during 
July 3-8 at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly. All persons participated in 
specific witness training sessions. The emphasis also included vocational 
guidance and recreation. 

About 12,500 youth, pastors, and adult leaders attended the 8th Statewide 
Youth Evangelism Night - August 18 - at Greensboro Coliseum. Bill Hogue, 
Director, Evangelism Section, Home Mission Board, Atlanta, was the preacher; 
Richard and Judy Bradford, Albuquerque, New Mexico, were the soloists, and 
other youth shared on the program. Follow-up work is always assigned to pastors 
with all youth who make decisions. 

Churches are encouraged to beomce more involved in Renewal Evangelism. 
The Division of Evangelism cooperates with the Brotherhood Department in this 
phase of the work. 

Sixty-eight associations have participated in one week Lay Evangelism Schools 
in recent years with 15,000 youth and adults receiving lay witness training from 
1,245 churches. Consistent witnessing to non-Christians is essential. 

Youth Evangelism Strategy can help associations and churches train their 
youth in witnessing to the imsaved and in personal discipleship. Also, YES equips 
adults to work with youth in evangelism. 

Excellent reports on revival meetings, city-wide crusades, and associational 
evangelism cUnics have been received. There has been a good response to 
associational youth evangelism emphases. 

The 33rd Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held at Cumberland County 
Memorial Auditorium, Fayetteville, on February 5-6, 1979. 



MUSIC 

This year has been a year of "finding out what we need" in the Mt. Zion 
Association in regard to our music program. At our four quarterly meetings we 
have discussed in length some of our needs, some of the problems we face, and 
how we can solve those problems. Many good and innovative ideas have come 
from these sessions, and our hope is to put many of them into practice. One thing 
has become very real to us in our group sessions - that is, we must take the 
resources God has given us and use them to the fullest. 

Let me encourage each church to invest in the future of their local music 
program by sending music leaders (paid or volimteer) to any of the training 
opportunities. An annual event each September is the training for part time and 
volimteer music leaders at Camp Caraway. Music weeks at Ridgecrest and the 
N.C. Assembly also offer training to both leadership and choir members. 



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A good variety has been provided for us in our different sessions of 
associational work. Jerry Abies led us in a fine conference on "Music in 
Evangelism" and provided grand special music for our April meeting. The 
combined choir from Hocutt, Kinnett, Graham First, Haw River Tirst, and 
Burlington First helped to make the July "Bold Missions** meeting much more 
effective. The brass ensemble and Youth Triumphants from Glen Hope church 
just made the WMU Annual Session climactic. The music for the annual meeting 
is of exceptional quality. 

I am grateful for the opportunity God has given me to serve you, and I look 
forward to an exciting year as we strive for a bigger and better music program for 
the Lord in Mt. Zion. Thank you for the support and cooperation you have shown. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry Thompson, Director 
Associational Music 



ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

On two occasions the Ordination Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist 
Association was requested to examine candidates for ordination during the year 
1977-78. On March 19, 1978, Walter Jones was examined at the request of the 
North Graham Baptist Church. On June 4, 1978, Steve Heame was examined at 
the request of Hoccutt Memorial Baptist Church and Eastlawn Baptist Church. 
The Ordinations Committee unanimously approved the candidates in each case. 
We found these men to be committed Christians with a clear calling to the 
ministry. 



Respectfully submitted, 

M. Christopher White, Chairman 

Ordinations Committee 



TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The Time, Place and Preacher Committee recommends that the 110th Annual 
Meeting of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association be held Monday, October 22, 
Tuesday, October 23, and Wednesday, October 24, 1979. 

The Committee recommends that the Monday evening session be held at Glen 
Hope Baptist Church, Burlington, the Tuesday evening session at First Baptist 
Church, Burlington, the Wendesday morning session at Cane Creek Baptist 
Church. 

The Committee further recommends that the annual sermon be brought by J. 
Waugh with Ken Simpson as alternate, and that Charles Lemley deliver the 
doctrinal message with Terry Harper serving as alternate. 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Membership Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist Association has reviewed 
the application of Nail Memorial Baptist Church of Burlington and find they have 



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completed the requirements for membership to the association. 

Therefore, we recommend their admission and welcome them into our 
membership. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rev. W. Larry Thomspon, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

WHEREAS, this 109th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association 
has been graciously and warmly received by the Grove Park Baptist Church, the 
First Baptist Church of Hillsborough, the First Baptist Church of Graham, and the 
Altamahaw Baptist Church, and whereas, this Association of churches has been 
led by very capable leadership: 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION 

(1) to these host churches and their pastors for their hospitality and the use of 
their facilities; 

(2) to our Moderator, Tom Hill, and the other Associational officers for 
providing leadership throughout the session; 

(3) to the v£irious committees, speakers, and musicians for a most informative 
and inspiring session; 

(4) to our Director of Missions, Charles McMillan, for his capable and 
dedicated leadership in the work of this Association; 

(5) to Mrs. Reu Hudson, Administrative Assistant, and Mrs. Vickie Estes 
Walker, secretary-bookkeeper, for their fine cooperation and assistance in the 
work of the churches; 

(6) and to the ladies of the WMU of Mt. Zion Association for preparing the 
reception for the McMillan's and the Graham First Church for receiving-the letters 
and love gifts. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Chairman 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES REPORT 

In January of this year, we began a new ministry through Christian Social 
Ministries. Our approach was through the use of volunteers. In Alamance 
County, we found that all the service agencies were very receptive to our 
volunteer program and were anxious to use the volunteers from our churches. 

Some of the "successes" of our volunteer program were: 

- A group of people volunteered their efforts during an ice storm to help 
families with no electricity or food. 

- One couple opened their home to be an emergency home for children and 
youth through the Department of Social Service. 

- One young woman offered her time to be a tutor at the Baptist Emergency 
Home. 

- A Baptist Young Women's group have plans to begin a weekly craft 
program at the Emergency Home. 



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- We have a representative on the Advisory Board of the Graham Prison 
Unit which supervises sponsors for the inmates. 

- Youth people were trained in Backyard Bible school and many attended 
Backyard Bible Schools in local trailer parks. 

The response from the churches was favorable, but there were many areas 
where volunteers could be used and we had no one to volunteer. Hopefully, we as 
Christians will realize that each of us has a special gift that we can offer to others. 
When we realize this, we will fill the volunteer needs and know that * *if it is to be, 
it IS up to me!" 



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DIGEST OF LETTERS 1977 - 78 















Total 


% Gifts 






Total 


Members 


Total 


Gifts Per 


Mission 


To 




Baptisms 


Mbrship 


Per Bapt. 


Gifts 


Member 


Gifts 


Missions 


Alamance 


8 


260 


33 g 


; 41,402 


$ 159 


$ 6,783 


16 


Altamahaw 


11 


596 


54 


83,730 


140 


8,287 


10 


Antioch 


4 


389 


97 


44, 355 


114 


4,508 


10 


Bethel 





213 




18,725 


88 


1,806 


10 


Brookwood 


2 


165 


83 


32,276 


196 


2,651 


8 


BurKngton 


17 


1, 511 


89 


332.978 


220 


72, 013 


22 


Calvary- 
















Cane Creek 


2 


237 


119 


31,823 


134 


8, 323 


26 


City Lake 


4 


187 


47 


31,300 


167 


1,914 


6 


Colonial Hills 


5 


65 


13 


21,033 


324 


1,429 


7 


Cross Roads 


5 


241 


48 


24,794 


103 


3,508 


14 


Eastlawn 


9 


450 


50 


74, 432 


165 


4, 393 


6 


Edgewood 


6 


187 


31 


25,262 


135 


3, 040 


12 


Elon College 


6 


299 


50 


44, 174 


148 


1, 042 


2 


Fairview 


4 


220 


55 


27,904 


127 


5, 168 


19 


Fellowship 


^ 


216 


36 


24,720 


114 


3,780 


15 


Glen Hope 


28 


943 


34 


176,935 


188 


24, 590 


14 


Glen Raven 


13 


203 


16 


45,697 


225 


4,624 


10 


Glencoe 





231 




25,460 


110 


4,599 




Graham First 


22 


1, 193 


54 


167,901 


141 


44, 557 


27 


Grove Park 


22 


996 


45 


188,823 


190 


44.632 


24 


Haw River 


1 


388 


388 


51,729 


133 


8.835 


17 


Hillsborough 


6 


436 


73 


100,570 


231 


14,274 


14 


Hocutt 


3 


663 


221 


91,861 


139 


22.361 


24 


Holly Hill 


11 


252 


23 


70,493 


280 


9,549 


14 


Kinnett 


7 


490 


70 


53,873 


110 


14. 142 


26 


Mars Hill 


1 


251 


251 : 


54,748 


218 


11.777 


22 


McDuffie 


4 


125 


31 


17,760 


142 


2,291 


13 


Mebane First 


9 


649 


72 


110,433 


170 


23, 111 


21 


Moore's Chape ! 


L 1 


270 


270 


32,701 


121 


2,379 


7 


Mt. Adar 





92 




18,050 


196 


1.669 


9 


Mt. Zion 


7 


283 


40 


39,004 


138 


8, 371 


21 


New Hope 
















North Graham 


9 


88 


10 


24,340 


277 


613 


3 


Northside 


4 


383 


96 


65, 324 


171 


12,940 


20 


Oak Grove 





172 




2 1 , 448 


125 


2,409 


11 


Ossipee 


1 


195 


"U95 


23,411 


120 


4,040 


17 


Riverside 


3 


409 


136 


69,563 


170 


11.459 


16 


Swepsonville 


2 


419 


210 


^0, 532 


121 


7,987 


16 


West Hill 


6 


241 
14, 608 


40 

59 $2, 


21, ilO 
, 380,674 


88 
163 


986 
$410, 840 


5 


TOTALS 


249 


17 



Total Baptisms - 249 (last year - 273) 

Total Membership - 14, 608 (last year - 14. 523) 

In Association it took 59 members to baptize one (last year 53) 

Total Gifts - $2, 380, 674 (last year $2, 285, 825) 

Average Gifts Per member >r $163 (last year $157) 

Average Gifts to Missions was 17% of Total Gifts (last year 17%) 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 
Quarter Ending Se 



Item 

I. Education and Promotion, Sunday School, WMU 

Ch. Training, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism 

Audio Vis., Mission Promotion 
il. Associational 

1. Office Operation 
a. Purchases for Churches 

2. Office Payments 

3. Office Utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10. Insurance and Maintenance 

1 1. Annual Session 

12. Emergency Home Operation 

III. Salaries and Allowances 

1. Superintendent of Missions 

2. Car Allowances and Utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary-Associate 

6. Car Allowance 
Insurance 

Secretary-Bookkeeper 
Janitor 

Treasurer's Salary 
Treasurer's Car Allowance 
Clerk's Salary 
Clerk's Car Allowance 
Historian 

Annuity (Supt. and Secretary) 
Social Security 
Love Gifts and Flowers 



7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 



ember 30, 


1978 




July-Sept. 


1978 Budget 
I, 


Expend. 


1, 
$ 3,690.00 


$ 344.24 


1, 200.00 


131.09 




441.93 


1,000.00 


165.36 


1,200.00 


308.90 


1, 000. 00 


294.27 


400.00 


53.97 


686.00 


40. 42 


150.00 




80.00 


30. 00 


934.00 




750.00 


244. 70 


2, 100. 00 


525.00 


$9, 500. 00 


$2,236. 54 


10, 800. 00 


2,700.00 


5, 000. 00 


1,250.00 


850.00 


213.24 


500. 00 




8, 000. 00 


1,999.98 


1, 000.00 


250.00 


700.00 


137.67 


5,200.00 


1,200.00 


900.00 


225.00 


300.00 


75.00 


50.00 


12.50 


300.00 


75.00 


50.00 


12.50 


25.00 


25.00 


2, 000. 00 


400. 08 


1, 300.00 


370.50 


200.00 


47.82 



IV. Assoc. Ministries, Youth & Family Service, 
Family Life Program, Emerg. Care, Summer 
Ministries, World Missions Conference 

V. Debt Retirement 

$7, 048. 62 Final Payment on Office 



$37, 175. 00 

4,290. 00 
1,200.00 



!8, 994.29 

1,204.32 
299.85 



Breakdown of Assoc. Min. Expend. 

(July-Sept.) (To Date) 



$55,855.00 $13,079.24 



Family Life Min. 


$ 


860.00 


-$2 


252.12 


Emer. Home 




119.06 


1 


025.21 


WMC 






1 


387.50 


Vol. Coordinator 




150.00 




450. 00 


Puppet Min. 




75.26 




75.26 




$1 


204.32 


$5, 


190.09 



Balance on Hand, June 30, 1978 

Receipts July-September 

Total 

Expenditures July -September 

Balance on Hand, Sept. 30, 1978 



$ 761.93 
13,524.72 
14,286.65 
13,079.24 



$ 1,207.41 



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REPORT OF RECEIPTS 
Quarter ending September 30, 



1978 



CHURCH 




GIFTS: JULY -SEPT. 


Alamance 




$ 300.00 


Altamahaw 




390.00 


Antioch 




219.00 


Bethel 






Brookwood 




89.87 


Burlington First 




988.50 


Calvary- 






Cane Creek 




137.50 


City Lake 






Colonial Hills 




24.00 


Cross Roads 




107.00 


Eastlawn 




263.98 


Edgewood 




100.05 


Elon First 






Fairview 




142.28 


Fellowship 




477.71 


Glencoe 


. 'J-. 


152.15 


Glen Hope 




1,050.00 


Glen Raven 






Graham First 




990. 00 


Grove Park 




1,167.36 


Haw River 




333.32 


Hillsborough 




375.00 


Hocutt 




560.00 


Holly Hill 




400.00 


Kinnett Memoria 


1 ^ 


371.47 


Mars Hill 




192.50 


McDuffie 




135.00 


Mebane First 




362.52 


Moore's Chapel 




180.00 


Mt. Adar 




150.00 


Mt. Zion 




221.00 


New Hope 




30.00 


North Graham 




50. 40 


Northside 




768. 53 


Oak Grove 




47.00 


Ossipee 




. ■ 292.34 


Riverside 




156.44 


Swepsonville 




: 336.97 


West Hill 




100.00 


Other Designated 


Funds 




TOTALS 


$11, 661.89 


N. C. Convention 


450.00 


Supplies and Refunds 


441.93 


Other Income 






Designated Gifts 




970.90 


TOTALS 




$1, 862.83 


Designated: (July 


-Sept.) 


Designated: (To Date) 


Emer. Home 


$324.25 


$1, 098.72 


Cap. Improv. 




450.00 


Couns. Fees 


330.00 


674.00 


Debt Ret. 




200.00 


Misc. Desig. 


316.65 


1, 405.92 


TOTALS 


$970.90 


$3, 828.64 



GIFTS TO DATE 



EMERGENCY 
HOME 



$ 


300 


00 








1 


, 170 
722 


00 $ 
00 


130 


, 00 






539 


38 


44 


.94 




2 


,965 
126 
412 
283 
24 
324 
792 
300 
110 
405 
921 
483 


50 
00 
50 
20 
00 
48 
36 
l=f 
OQ- 
45 
42 
60 








3 


. 150 


00 


60 


.00 




3 


, 010 


00 








2 


,626 
666 


56 
64 








1 


, 125 


00 








1 


, 400 
963 


00 
00 








1 


967 
770. 
405. 


05 
00 
00 








1 


087. 
360. 
300. 
701. 
90. 
149. 


56 
00 
00 
00 
00 
98 








1 


697. 
149. 
759. 


39 

00 
25 










396. 


23 


39 


31 






951. 


97 










100. 


00 


50 

$324 


00 
25 




$32 


705. 


67 




1 


776. 


00 








1 


665. 


54 








7 


295. 


85 








3 


82 8. 


64 








$14 


566. 


03 










Savings Account: 










Bro' t Forward 


$4, 


L02. 


03 




Interest 




51. 


69 








$4, 


L53. 


72 




Cap. 


Improve. Ac 


c't. 








Bro't Forward 


$ 454. 


13 




Interest 




5. 


72 



459.85 



49 



MT. ZION 
PROPOSED 



BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET FOR 1978 - 79 



Item 

I. Education and Promotion, Sunday School, WMU, 
Ch. Training, Brotherhood, Music, Evangelism, 
Audio Visuals, Mission Promotion 

II. Associational 

1. Office Operation 

a. Purchases for churches 

2. Office Payments 

3. Office Utilities 

4. Telephone 

5. Postage 

6. Equipment Maintenance 

7. New Equipment 

8. Printing of Minutes 

9. Auditing and Bonding 

10.. Insurance and Maintenance 

11. Annual Session 

12. Emergency Home Operation 



III. Salaries and Allowances 

1. Superintendent of Missions 

2. Car Allowance and Utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary-Associate 

6. Car Allowance 

7. Insurance 

8. Secretary-Bookkeeper 

9. Janitor 

10. Treasurer's Salary 

11. Treasurer's Car Allowance 

12. Clerk's Salary 

13. Clerk's Car Allowance 

14. Historian 

15. Annuity (Supt. and Secretary) 

16. Social Security 

17. Love Gifts and Flowers 

IV. Associational Ministries, Youth and Family 
Service, Family Life Program, Emergency Care, 
Summer Ministries, World Missions Conference f 



Debt Retirement 



BUDGET ADVANCE 



Total 



Priority I 
Priority II 
Priority III 

Total 



$ 800.00 
1, 100.00 
6,500.00 

$8. 400. 00 



77-78 Budget 

$ 3,690.00 

1,200.00 

1,000.00 

1,200.00 

1,000.00 

400.00 

686.00 

150.00 

80.00 

934.00 

750.00 

1,200.00 



$55,855.00 



Proposed , 
78-79 Budget 



$ 2,440.00 



1,320.00 



1,300.00 
1.350.00 
1,000.00 
400. 00 
582.00 
_J50i-00_ 

80.00 

1,245.00 

600.00 



$60,932.00 



$9,500.00 


$8,027.00 


10, 800.00 


22.000.00 


5,000.00 




850.00 




500.00 




8,000.00 


8, 600. 00 


1,000.00 


1.000.00 


700.00 


700.00 


5.200.00 


5,600.00 


900.00 


900.00 


300.00 


300. 00 


50.00 


50.00 


300.00 


300. 00 


50.00 


50. 00 


25.00 


25.00 


2,000.00 


1.250.00 


1,300.00 


1.600.00 


200.00 


200.00 


$37, 175.00 


$42,575.00 


4,290.00 


6.690.00 


1.200.00 


1,200.00 



SO 



I 



DISTRIBUTION OF MINUTES 

NO. OF 

CHURCH, MINUTES MONEY SENT 

Alamance, First • 2 - ' 

Altamahaw 12 

Antioch 5 

Bethel . . ,, 3 

Brookwood 3 

Burlington, First 26 

Calvary - . < 

Cane Creek . ' ■' 4 

City Lake 2 

Colonial Hills : -•- -'>. 

Cross Roads • 6 

Eastlawn , . ' i , ^ . , 15 

Edgewood 2 ' 

Elon College, First . 2 

Fairview ' 4 

Fellowship 5 . 

Glen Hope • • " 20 

Glen Raven "■ ' . • 

Glencoe ■'' 10 

Graham, First ... v, ; -i ;,, 10 

Grove Park ' ,15 

Haw River, First ' ' „ _ 20 

Hillsborough, First •■ '; - * ; • 

Hocutt Memorial "• " • -**•'■' • ' 35 .. 87.50 

Holly Hill - .. " ,. . . __ 

Kinnett Memorial ^ =. 7 

Mars Hill . -^ , ,, .'...- 16 

McDuffie Memorial ■ . . 3 - 

Mebane, First 10 < .. 

Moore's Chapel •" ' 10 

Mount Adar i- .''■ ■ ''■ "i ' ' 10 

Mount Zion - • ' 10 .. 

New Hope ...... , , ^ 

North Graham , -• 

Northside . . ■. - . ■ 5 

Oak Grove - • ^ 

Ossipee • " 10 

Riverside 14 

Swepsonville • . .• 9 

West Hill . . . , 2 



$ 5. 


.00 


30, 


.00 


12, 


.50 


7. 


,50 


7. 


,50 


65. 


,00 


10. 


00 


5. 


00 


15. 


00 


37. 


50 


5. 


00 


5. 


00 


10. 


00 


12. 


50 


50. 


00 


25.00 


25. 


00 


' 37. 


50 


' ' 50. 


00 



17, 


,50 


40. 


,00 


7. 


50 


25. 


00 


25. 


00 


25. 


00 


. 25.00 


12. 


50 


12. 


50 


25. 


00 


35. 


00 


22. 


50 


5. 


00 



TOTAL 312 - $780.00 



51 



Our Beloved Dead 



Members of our churches in our Association who have gone to their heavenly 
reward since our last session are listed below: 

ALAMANCE, FIRST - Mrs. Hilda Teague, Mrs. Ruth Shoe, Mr. Leonard 

McLendon, charter member, 
ALTAMAHAW - Mrs. Lena Strader, Mrs. Lola Poole, Mr. Horace Talley. 
ANTIOCH - Mr. J. D. Gooch, deacon, Mr. A. C. Oliver, Mr. Melvin Lloyd, 

Mr. Cullen Riggsbee, deacon. 
BURLINGTON, FIRST- Mr. A. C. Abercombie, Mr. J. Marvin Smith, Mr. 

Thomas Ledbetter, Mrs. R. E. Allen, Mrs. Anna Kichline, Mrs. E. C. 

Sanders, Mr. Hoyt T. Hambright, Mrs. Ruth Humble, Mr. Michael 

Starnes, Mr. Marvin Hale. 
CANE CREEK - Mr. M. Duke Dodson, Mrs. Sherman Edmonds, Mrs. 

Clara Mooney. 
CITY LAKE- Jacob G. (Jake) Harmon, deacon. 
CROSS ROADS - Mr. Owen Hastings, Mrs. Alma Ray 
FAIRVIEW - Mr. Andy L. Hinson. 
GLEN HOPE - Mr. James Hurlocker, Mrs. Ethel Barger, Mrs. Joe Atkins, 

Mr. Cleo Phillips, Mrs. Frenchie Harmon, Mr. Banks Gates, Mrs. lola 

Wilson, Miss Mary Lou Oakley; Mr. Euell Ingram, Mr. J. J. Hughes, 

Mr. Charlie Martin, Mrs. Louie Foust, Mr. Billy Wilson. 
GLENCOE - Mrs. Ann Starliper. 
GRAHAM, FIRST - Miss. Libby Massey, Mrs. Daisy Phillips, Mrs. Bertha 

Harrelson, Mrs. W. H. Grubb, Mrs. Christine Mann, Mr. Joe E. Mize, 

Mrs. Nell Pryor, Mrs. Rea Anderson, Mrs. Lora M. Bain, Mr. J. 

Garland Davis, Mr. Robert Edward Ray, Mr. V. V. Everhart, deacon. 
GROVE PARK - Mr. Alec Meacham, Mr. John Goodson, deacon, Mrs. 

Gurtha Furr, Mr. Clayborne Powell. 
HAW RIVER, FIRST - Mrs. Myrtle King, Mrs. Jessie Terrell Baucom, 

Mrs. Lilliam Martin, Mrs. Bobbie Cheek Jeffreys, Mrs. Julia Smith, Mr. 

Henry E. Martin, Mr. Zollie Holder, Mr. John Perry. 
HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST - Mrs. Florence F. Boone, Mr. John A. Jackson, 

Mr. Charles Crawford, Jr. 
HOCUTT MEMORL\L - Mrs. R. L. Huffman, Mr. Homer L. Apple, Jr., 

Mr. Bobby Harrelson, Mr. George Hunt, Mr. John Compton, Mrs. 

Annie Wright, Mrs. W. L. Paul, Mrs. V. B. West, Sr., Mrs. Roxie 

Evans, Mrs. Marie Athey, Mrs. Clara Mae Eaton. 
HOLLY HILL - Mr. Norman Brown, Mrs. Mildred Dabbs, Mr. John Ulmer. — 
KINNETT MEMORIAL - Mrs. Verna Redd, Mrs. Rosa Walker. 
MARS HILL - Mrs. Mollie Smith, Mrs. Shellie Latta, Mr. C. F. Wilkerson, 

Mrs. Grace Wilson, Mrs. Annie Oakley, Mrs. Myrtle Latta. 
MEBANE, FIRST - Mr. George Boswell, Sr., Mrs. George Boswell, Sr., 

Mr. T. L. Jeffreys, Mr. Lawrence Holt, Mr. Ben A. Lloyd, Mrs. Daivd 

L. Coppage, Mr. Ronnie B. Faulk, Mr. William L. Hill. 
MOORE'S CHAPEL - Miss Geneva Sauls, Mrs. Selma Creek, Mr. Sam Smith 

Smith. 



MOUNT ZION - Mr. Albert Clapp, Mr. Smith Linville, Mrs. Alma Murray 

Coble, Mr. Sherman Moss, Mr. Frank Moorefield. 
NORTH GRAHAM - Mrs. Susie Smith. 
NORTHSroE - Mr. Ralph Haley. 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Melvin Albright. 
RIVERSroE - Mrs. Ina Garden. 
SWEPSONVn^LE - Mr. Walter Webster, Mr. Mack Whitesell, Mrs. Fannie 

Pass, Mr. James Franklin, Mrs. Curtis Pendergraph. 
WEST Hn.L - Mrs. Mamie Riley, Mrs. Lottie Clapp. 

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MT. ZION CHURCHES 

Brief histories of Mt. Zion Churches are recorded in the Minutes of the years 
as herewith listed. The Association Historian suggests that every church in the 
Association have copies of the Associational Minutes bound every ten years and 
keep them in the local church libraries. This will make the Minutes of the years 
available to all the churches, and those bound volumes will grow more valuable 
with each passing year. 

Although our Association has had Historians almost from the date of its 
orgaization, still the clerk was notable to find the history of any church recorded in 
the Minutes until 1921. Just why the sketches of other years were not recorded in 
the Minutes is inexplainable. 

At the 1874 session of the Association, it was decided to elect a historian 
annually. The Minutes of 1875 record that "The report of the Historian was 
adopted and ordered to be recorded in the "Books of Records of the Association." 
No trace of this book exists. The historical sketches from 1921 are shown in 
Minutes as follows: 

1921 Sketch of the Association 

1922 Pleasant Grove Church (now BeUs) 

1923 No report recorded 

1924 Graham Church 

1925 Yates Church 

1926 Bethesda Church 

1926 Robertson's Grove Church 

1927 Olive Branch Church 

1928 Burlington, First Church 

1929 Temple Church 

1930 Antioch Church 

1931 Lystra Church 

1932 Berry's Church 

1933 Red Mountain Church 

1934 Angier Avenue Church 

1935 Mount Adar Church 

1936 Ephesus Church 

1937 Haw River Church 

1938 West Durham Church 

1939 Edgemont Church 

1940 Carrboro Church 

1941 Grace Church 

1942 Lakewood Church 



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1943 Mebane Church 

1944 No report was presented 

1945 Durham, First Church 

1945 Sketch of the Association, 1870 - 1902 

1946 Glencoe Church 

1947 Glen Hope Church 

1948 Mt. Herman Church 

1949 Cross Roads Church 

1950 Sketch of the Association 

1951 Cane Creek Baptist Church 

1952 Mr. Carmel Baptist Church 

1953 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1954 Hillsborough, First Baptist and Chapel Hill Baptist Church 

1955 Moore's Chapel Baptist Church 

1956 Antioch Baptist Church 

1957 Grove Park Baptist Church 

1958 Bethel Baptist Church 

1959 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1960 Northside Baptist Church 

1961 Haw River Baptist Church 

1962 West HiU Baptist Church 

1963 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Swepsonville Baptist Church 

1965 Mount Zion Association Sketch 1870 - 1965 

1966 Riverside Baptist Church 

1967 Oak Grove Baptist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church 

1968 Relocation of Fellowship Baptist Church 

1969 Elon College, First Baptist Church 

1970 Alamance, First Baptist Church and City Lake Baptist Church 

1971 Sketch of the Association 

1972 What Did We Do In 72? 

1973 Missions To See In 73 

1974 Our Baptist Emergency Home 

1975 What Does Missions Mean 

1976 Colonial Hills Baptist Church 

1977 A Specialized Ministry 

1978 Hind Sight 



HISTORICAL EVEP^S OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

Alamance, First Mr. & Mrs. Phil Waugh went as Missionary Journeyman. 

Deacon Family Care Program instituted. 
Central heating and air condidtioning installed in the Educational Building. 

Altamahaw Finished construction of Fellowship Hall 

Antioch Victory Sunday (Note burning for Sanctuary June 25, 1978) 

Fellowship Puppet ministry began by youth of the Church. 

Upstairs of parsonage completed by Church members. 

Hocutt Memorial Rev. Stephen Z. Hearne, Sr., ordained. 

Holly Hill Made final payment on Church site. 

Kinnett Memorial Renovation of front of Sanctuary. 



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Mebane, First Charles G. and Sharon Knight dedicated life to and began 

preparation for full-time foreign mission work. 

Moore's Chapel Mr. John Knowles ordeiined as deacon. 

North Graham Ordination of Rev. Walter Jones, Jr. 



Church Directory 



MISSIONS 

None 



MINISTERS OTHER THAN REGULAR PASTORS 
IN THE ASSOCIATION 



CHURCH 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



WORK 



Alamance, 1st Robert Baker, Box 106, Alamance Licensed 

Burlington, 1st Dr. Carlton S. Prickett, 703 Westbrook Dr., 

Burlington (R) Ordained 

Rev. J. H. Waugh, 321 W. Ruffin St.. Burlington (EP) Ordained 

Rev. Robert Councilman, 122 Glen wood Ave., Burlington (R) Ordained 

Cane Creek Harold L. Dodson, Rt. #1, Box 433, Graham Licensed 

Colonial Hills Arthur Hill, Sr., Rt. #3, Box 395, Hillsborough Licensed 

Craig Hardee, Rt. #3, Box 391, Hillsborough Licensed 

Elon College 1st Michael Wilborn, Box 151, Elon College Licensed 

Fellowship J. M. Wright, 700 Ward St., Graham Ordained 

Brantley Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham Ordained 

Glen Hope Robert Frazier, Missionary to New Guinea Ordained 

Graham, 1st Charles L. McMillan, Box 287, Graham (AW) Ordained 

Grove Park C. L. Abernethy, 226 Silverlake Dr., Burlington (R) Ordained 

Ronald Coleman, Box 1443, Burlington (0) Ordained 

Larry Hedrick, Rt. #3, Box 384-B, Burlington (0) Ordained 

David Morton, 1710 Sykes St., Burlington (0) Licensed 

Hillsborough, 1st Reldue Scarlett, Rt. #3, Box 9, Hillsborough (R) Ordained 

Hocutt Memorial . . . James M. Home, 1407 Garfield Rd., Burlington (I) Ordained 

Stephen Z. Hearne, Sr., 1007 Ingle St., Burlington Ordained 

Holly Hill Dr. M. Chris White, Rt. #3, Box 424, Elon CoUege (0) Ordained 

Charles Little, Rt. #1, Box 396, Burlington (I) Ordained 

Mebane, 1st James P. Smith, Rt. #4, Box 97, Mebane Licensed 

North Graham Clyde King, 2128 Bellmont St., Graham Ordained 

BiUy R. Howell, Ivey Rd., Graham Licensed 

ASSISTANT PASTORS OR MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS WORK 

Alamance, 1st . . Robert Baker, Box 106, Alamance Ass't Pastor 

Glen Hope Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Ave., Burlington Min. Educ. 



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Graham, 1st Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorne Lane, 

Burlington Min . Educ . 

Grove Park Roby Linebarger, 322 Meadowbrook, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Mars Hill Katherine Wilkerson, Rt. #1, Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

Mebane, 1st Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. #4, Strayhorn Rd., 

Hillsborough Min. Educ. 



CHURCH 



OTHER CHURCH STAFF 

NAME AND ADDRESS 



Alamance, 1st Robert Baker, Box 106, Alamance 

Burlington, 1st Benjie Spears, Box 2686, Burlington 

Cane Creek Ted Andrews, Rt. #3, Box 88, Hillsborough 

Fairview Robbin King, SEBTS, Box 2378, Wake Forest 

Glen Hope Dianne Keck, 611B Tracy Ave., Burlington 

Graham, 1st Mrs. Don Singletary, 1532 Rogers Rd., 

Graham 
Grove Park . . . Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Rd., Burlington 
Hillsborough, 1st Barry Lane, Rt. #2, Box 434-C, 

Hillsborough 
Mike Hawkins, 409 N. Mitchell St., Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Stephen Z. Hearne, 1007 Ingle St., 

Burlington 

Mars Hill Roy Wilkerson, Rt. #1, Hillsborough 

Mebane, 1st Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. #4, Strayhorn Rd., 

Hillsborough 
Moore's Chapel Ron Lasater, Rt. #3, Box 16D. 

Hillsborough 



WORK 

Min. Youth 
Min. Youth 
Min.Rec. 
Min. Youth & Rec. 
Min. Youth &Rec. 

Min. Youth 
Min. Youth 

Min. Youth 
Min. Rec. 

Min. Youth & Rec. 
Min.Rec. 

Min. Youth 

Min. Youth 



MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Hocutt Memorial Stephen Z. Hearne, 1007 Ingle St., Burlington 

North Graham Walter Jones, Jr., Box 169, Haw River 



MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Alamance, 1st Robert Baker, Box 106, Alamance 

ORGANIST OR PIANIST 

Alamance, 1st Mrs. Terry L. Harper, Box 106, Alamance 

Altamahaw Juanita Simmons, Rt. #2, Burlington 

Antioch Mrs. Ruth Williams, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 

Miss Anne Heatherly, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. June Farrell, Rt. #5, Chapel Hill 

Bethel. . ... .Mrs. R.F.Gaines, Rt. #4, Box 412, Chapel Hill 



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Brookwood Geraldine Sharpe, 2612 W. Front St., Burlington 

Burlington, 1st Mrs. Melvin Holt, Box 2686, Burlington 

Calvary 

Cane Creek Miss Rebecca Crawford, Rt. #1, Box 119, Chapel Hill 

City Lake Mrs. Doris Fisher, Rt. #5, Burlington 

Colonial Hills Wanda Richardson, Rt. #3, Box 273, Hillsborough 

Cross Roads 

Eastlawn Mrs. Becky Joyner, 1148 N. Sellars Mill Rd., Burlington 

Edgewood Brenda Stewart, Rt. #4, Mebane 

Elon College, 1st ... Mrs. Wayne Hughes, Box 4068, Glen Raven 

Fairview Janice Wilson, Rt. #2, Hillsborough 

Fellowship Mrs. Debby Isley, 1521 Whitsett St., Burlington 

Glen Hope Mrs. Iris Pennington, Box 403, Elon College 

Glen Raven Patsy Fann, Box 94, Altamahaw 

Glencoe Mrs. June Long, Rt. H2, Box 388, Elon College 

Graham, 1st Mrs. Peggy McSwain, Box 621, Graham 

Grove Park Mrs. Mary Nell Vines, 423 Collin wood Dr., Burlington 

Haw River, 1st Miss Nancy Warren, 302 E. Jackson St., Mebane 

Hillsborough, 1st Mrs. Thomas Ward, Rt. #4, Box 593, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. C. C. Stanley, 3012 Marlborough St., Burlington 

Holly HiU Dr. Chris White, Rt. #3, Box 424, Elon College 

Kinnett Memorial Joseph Goad, 2-G College Town Apts., Elon College 

Mars Hill Julie Brigdon, Rt. #2, Hillsborough 

McDuffie Memorial Ann M. Lloyd, Rt. #8, Chapel Hill 

Mebane, 1st Mrs. Brooks Gardner, 517 N. Carr St., Mebane 

Moore's Chapel Connie Stevens, 905 Essex Drive, Graham 

Mount Adar Melinda Ward, Rt. #1, Box 135, Cedar Grove 

Mount Zion Mrs. Ann Smith, Rt. #3, Box 344, Liberty 

New Hope 

North Graham Mrs. Vicky Marks, Rt. #1, Haw River 

Northside 

Oak Grove Mrs. Carolyn Tony, Rt. #6, Burlington 

Mrs. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 

Ossipee Glenn Little, Box 961, Elon College 

Riverside Mrs. Linda Patterson, 3100 Winchester Drive, Greensboro 

Swepsonvilie Mrs. Billie Sue Loy, 120 Albany St., Graham 

West Hill Miss Rosa L. Mangum, 210 Jones Ave., Hillsborouth 



M£DL\ CENTER DIRECTOR 

Alamance, 1st None 

Altamahaw Sherry Webster, Rt. #4, Box 61, Burlington 

Antioch Mrs. Hilda Durham, 25 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill 

Bethel None 

Brookwood None 

Burlington, 1st Mrs. Leo Carr, 722 W. Davis St., Burlington 

Calvary 

Cane Creek None 

City Lake Mrs. Mary Staunton, Rt. #7, Box 466, Burlington 

Colonial Hills None 



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Cross Roads None 

Eastlawn None 

Edgewood None 

Elon College, 1st None 

Fairview None 

Fellowship None 

Glen Hope Mrs. Billie Medford, 2208 Wilkins St.. Burlington 

Glen Raven None 

Glencoe None 

Graham, 1st Miss Emma Cox, 219 Banks St., Graham 

Grove Park Mrs. Bernie Harrell, 2931 Blanche Dr., Burlington 

Haw River, 1st Mrs. Jessie Chatman, Rt. #1, Box 162-1, Haw River 

Hillsborough, 1st Mrs. Dorothy Faulkner, Rt. #1, Box 132, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Alice Small, 1339 W. Davis St., Burlington 

Holly Hill Mrs. Joe Sexton, Rt. #1, Box 386-F, Burlington 

Kinnett Memorial Mrs. Jan Makin, 1623 Rollingwood Rd., Burlington 

Mars HOI None 

McDuffie Memorial Cheryl McFarling, 1713 Legion Rd., Chapel Hill 

Mebane, 1st Mrs. Charles Lemley, 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane 

Moore's Chapel Sherry Braxton, Rt. #3, Graham 

Mount Adar None 

Mount Zion None 

New Hope 

North Graham None 

Northside Mrs. Warren Peach, 1423 Beech Drive, Burlington 

Oak Grove None 

Ossipee None 

Riverside None 

Swepsonville None 

West Hill None 



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MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
HISTORICAL TABLE 



Year 


Place of Meeting 


Moderator 


Clerk 


Annual Sermon 


1870 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. 


G. W. Purefoy 


H 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Organization 


1871 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


G. W. Purefoy 


H 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Geo. W. Purefoy 


1872 


Antioch 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. P. Montague 


1873 


Durham 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. P. Mason 


1874 


Lystra 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


M. S. Ferrell 


1875 


Cane Creek 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Geo. P. Moore 


1876 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. H. Vernon 


1877 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


C. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1878 


Bethel 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


A. C. Dixion" 


1879 


Graham 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1880 


Durham 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


J. P. Mason 


1881 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


R. A. Patterson 


1882 


Moore's Chapel 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


R. H. Marsh 


1883 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Geo. P. Moore 


1884 


Chapel 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. E. Glower 


1885 


Sandy Level 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. C. Newton 


1886 


Cedar Fork 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


W. R. Gwaltney 


1887 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1888 


Mount Carmel 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Geo. B. Taylor 


1889 


Bera 


A. B 


. Roberson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


J. S. Hill 


1890 


Red Mountain 


W. A. Albright 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Not reported 


1891 


Cane Creek 


W. A. Albright 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. L. Carroll 


1892 


Olive Chapel 


W. A 


. Albright 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. L. Carroll 


1893 


Burlington 


W. A. Albright 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Tyree 


1894 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. 


J. L. Carroll 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Blanchard 


1895 


Bethesda 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


Geo. J. Dowell 


1896 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


R. Vandeventor 


1897 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. A. Smith 


1898 


Antioch 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Tyree 


1899 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


C.J.D. Parker 


1900 


Graham 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. F. Fry 


1901 


Lystra 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1902 


East Durham 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1903 


Cane Creek 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


C.J.D. Parker 


1904 


Cedar Ford 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. O. Alderman 


1905 


Swepsonville 


T. B 


. Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


A. W. Setzer 


1906 


Bethel 


Rev. 


C.J. Thompson 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


W. C. Barrett 


1907 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. 


C.J. Thompson 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. W. Wildman 


1908 


Burlington 


Rev. 


W. C. Barrett 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. M. Arnett 


1909 


Mars Hill 


Rev. 


W. C. Barrett 


c. 


P. 


Norris 


J. W. Wildman 


1910 


Bells 


Rev. 


W. C. Barrett 


c. 


P. 


Norris 


J. W. Lynch 


1911 


Berea 


C. P 


. Norris 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


M. P. Davis 


1912 


Red Mountain 


C. P 


. Norris 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


W. S. Olive 


1913 


Me bane 


C. P 


. Norris 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


J. J. Hurt 


1914 


Yates 


C. P 


. Norris 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


M. W. Buck 


1915 


Cross Roads 


Rev. 


W.R. L. Smith 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


B. V. Ferguson 


1916 


Carrboro 


Rev. 


J.F. McDuffie 


s. 


J. 


Husketh 


Q. C. Davis 


1917 


Lowe's Grove 


Rev. 


J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


J. Ben Eller 


1918 


No Meeting 


Rev. 


J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


No Meeting 



Year Place of Meeting Moderator 



Clerk 



Annual Sermon 



1919 Mount Hermon 

1920 Olive Chapel 

1921 Bethel 

1922 Rose of Sharon 

1923 Mount Moriah 

1924 Mount Gilead 
192 5 Mount Adar 

1926 Mount Carmel 

1927 Olive Branch 

1928 Graham 

1929 Mount Pisgah 

1930 Antioch 

1931 Lystra 

1932 Roberson's Grove 

1933 West Hill 

1934 Angier Avenue 

1935 Berry's Grove 

1936 Moore's Chapel 

1937 Berea 

1938 Mars Hill 

1939 Temple 

1940 Burlington, First 

1941 Olive Chapel 

1942 Olive Branch 

1943 Carrboro 

1944 Yates 

1945 Bethesda 

1946 Chapel Hill 

1947 Glen Hope & 
Lowe's Grove 

1948 Me bane & 
Mount Hermon 

1949 Cross Roads & 
Calvary 

1950 Carrboro & 
South side 

1951 Hocutt Memorial 
& Cane Creek 

1952 Graham, First 
& Mount Carn:iel 

1953 Altamahaw & 
Mars Hill 

1954 Hillsboro & 
Chapel Hill 

1955 Burlington, First 
& Moore's Chapel 

1956 Antioch & Bethel 

1957 Grove Park & 
Mount Adar 

1958 Glen Hope & 
West Hill 

1959 Mebane, First 
& Glencoe 



Rev. J.F. McDuffie 
Rev. W. 5. Olive 
Rev. W. S. Olive 
Rev. W. S. Olive 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M- Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Rev. C. S. Norville 
Rev. C. 5- Norville 
Rev. C. S. Norville 
Dr. O. T. Binkley 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
H. B. Anderson 
A. P. Stephens 
D. Kelly Barnett 
D. Kelly Barnett 

C. N. Royal 

C. N. Royal 

Guy S. Ceiin 
Guy S. Cain 
Tom M. Freeman 
Tom M. Freeman 
Clyde D. Chapman 
Clyde D. Chapman 

A. G. White 

Luther A. Nail 

Luther A. Nail 
C. S. Prickett 
C. S. Prickett 



Chas. 


C. Smith 


W. S. Olive 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


J. Elwood Welsh 


w. 


Williams 


E. D. Poe 


w. 


Williams 


E. C. Dean 


w. 0. 


Williams 


C. T. Plybon 


w. 0. 


Williams 


G. T. Watkins 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Eugene Olive 


w. 0. 


Williams 


C. S. Norville 


w. 0. 


Williams 


C. C. Coleman 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Trela D. Collins 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Martin W. Buck 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Ira D.S. Knight 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Chas. F. Hudson 


w. 0. 


Williams 


W. K. McGee 


w. 0. 


Williams 


W. G. Hall 


w. 0. 


Williams 


C. E. Byrd 


w. 0. 


Williams 


J. T. Williams 


w. 0. 


Williams 


A. D. Kinnett 


w. 0. 


Williams 


0. T. Binkley 


w. 0. 


Williams 


Z. B. Tell 


w. 0. 


Williams 


John T. Wayland 


w. 0. 


Williams 


R. P. Ellington 


w. 0. 


Williams 


G. T. Mills 


w. 0. 


Williams 


H, B. Anderson 


w. 0. 


Williams 


B. E. Morris 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


J. W. Pierce 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


L. A. Nail 


Chas. 


C. Smith 


G. A. Hendricks 



Chas. C. Smith Guthrie Colvard 



Chas. C. Smith 

Tom M. Freeman 

Tom M. Freeman 

Lee W. Settle 

Lee W. Settle 

Tom M. Freeman 

Tom M. Freeman 

Tom M. Freeman 
Tom M. Freeman 

Chas. W. Nanney 

Jack Clark 

Jack Clark 



John H. Knight 

Carlton S. Prickett 

Tom M. Freeman 

George W. Swinney 

Clyde Chapman 

Troy E. Jones 

E. C. Chamblee 

Warren E. Kerr 
E. C. Wilkie 

W. T. Smith 

S. H. Roberts 

W. T. Cockman 



m 



Place of Meeting Moderator 



Clerk 



Annual Sermon 



Graham, First & 
Fairview 
Swepsonville & 
Haw River 
Hocutt Memorial, 
Cane Creek and 
Mebane, First 
Kinnett Memorial 
& Glencoe 
Burlington, First 
& Northside 
Altamahaw; Grove 
Park; & Mars Hill 
Antioch; Graham, 
First &; Riverside 
Graham, First & 
Cross Roads 
Elon, First; Grove 
Park & Hills- 
borough, First 
Burlington, First; 
Northside, & 
Alamance, First 
Cane Creek; 
Antioch; & 
Graham, First 
Kinnett Memorial; 
Glen Raven & 
Eastlawn 
Grove Park; 
Swepsonville & 
Hillsborough, 1st 
McDuffie; Altama- 
haw; & Mebane, 
First 

Mars Hill; Grove 
Park & Glencoe 
Mount Zion; Haw 
River, First; 
& Antioch 
Eastlawn; Holly 
Holly Hill; & 
Cross Roads 
West Hill; City 
Lake; & Elon 
College, First 
Grove Park; Hills- 
borough, First; 
Graham, First & 
Altamahaw 



R. L. Councilman 
R. L. Councilman 

Travis Styles 
Travis Styles 
Ben W. Cox 
Ben W. Cox 
Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 
Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 

Johnny Greene, Sr. 

Johnny Greene, Sr. 

Johnny Greene, Sr. 

James M. Dunn 

James M. Dunn 

Paul J. Craig 
Paul J. Craig 

Gerald Dickerson 

Gerald Dickerson 

Thomas E. Hill 

Thomas E. Hill 



Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 

Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 

Jack Clark 

Jack Clark 

Edith Clark 



Ben W. Cox 
Travis Styles 

Carlton S. Prickett 
Harvey Rumfelt 
Jack Clark 
Roy Cantrell 
Bobby G. Pratt 
Fred King 

Chas. L. McMillan, Jr. 

Luther A. Nail 

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Freeman Cooper Ron Pelfrey 

Freeman Cooper Dale O. Steele 

Freeman Cooper Joseph D. Lang 

Freeman Cooper James Bousman 

Freeman Cooper Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 

Freeman Cooper Thomas M.Denton 

Freeman Cooper Elmer L. Joyner 

Freeman Cooper Frank Haith 



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Curtis Haizlip,Rt.<'l,flon College, N.C. 27244 
John Cecil, Rt.*l, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 
R.F. Gaines, Rt. #4, Box 412,Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 
Preston H. Keith, ISlOShewood Dr. , Burlington 27215 


Dan Brock, 2721 Armfield Ave. , Burlington, N.C. 2721 

Russell Castle, Jr., Rt.*3, Box 85, Hillsborough, 27278 

LeroyOdell,Rt.*5, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Curtis Clayton, Rt. #4, Box 212, Hillsborough, 27278 


Mrs. Jan Irwin, Rt. #4, Box 123, Hillsborough 27278 
Billie Justice, 1903 N.Ashland Dr. , Burlington 27215 
John Wilson, Rt.#5, Box 1 12, Mebane, N.C. 27302 
JohnJennings,112 Sunset Dr., Elon College, 27244 
Mrs. A/\ary Berry, Orange High Rd. ,Hillsborough27278 


Robert Laws, 226 Webster Rd., Graham, N.C. 27253 
John W.Joyce, 2229 Buckingham,Ct. , Burling. 27215 
Arnold Bryant, Rt. #2, Elon College, N.C. 27244 
Mrs. Betty Page, Rt.*7, Box 537, Burlington, N.C. 2721i 
Merritt Buchanan, 1615 Arthur Dr. , Graham, N.C.2725 


Lloyd Turner, 1304 Ridgecrest Ave. , Burling. 27215 
Ralph J.Thompson, Box 34, Haw River, N.C. 27258 
Joe Crawford,Rt.#4,Box 94, Hillsborough, N.C27278 
TomW.Murr, 216 Wilson St., Graham, N.C. 27253 
James S.Kohler,2705 Crestwood Dr. Burlington N.C. 




Table B Sunday 

MOUNT ZION BAPTIS 
State of North Caroline 
Roby Linebarger, Assoc 
322 Meadowbrook Driv 
Burlington, North Care 


1 


Alamance, First 

Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 


Burlington, First 
Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Lake 
Colonial Hills 


Cross Roads 

Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Foirview 


Fellowship 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Glencoe 
Graham, First 


Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 



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iational Sunday School Director 

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Tony Laws,Rt.#2, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 
Leonard Duncan, Rt. #4, Box 173, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Parker Wood, Rt. #6, Box 10, Mebane, N.C. 27302 
Dan Cheek, Rt. #2, Graham,N,C. 27253 


Larry RogeR,Rt.#5, Box 85, Mebane, N.C. 27302 
Bob Winslow,Rt.*3,Box 313, Liberty, N.C. 27298 

Dan Faulkner,Rt.*9, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

James Hinton,2509 McKinney St. , Burlington, 27215 


Harold Sykes,Rt.'i'l,Efland, N.C. 
Mike Carico,Rt.#l,Gibsonville, N.C. 27249 
William Scott, P.O. Box 217, Mebane, N.C. 27302 
Clifton Loy,2109 Swepsonville, Rd., Graham, 27253 
Tommie Wagner, Green Tree St. , Hillsborough 27278 






Table B Sunday 

MOUNT ZION BAPT15 
State of North Carol in 
Roby Linebarger, Assoc 
322 Meadowbrook Driv 
Burlington, N.C. 27215 


1 


Kinnett Memorial 
Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Me bone. First 
Moore's Chapel 


Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 


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Kenneth Simpson, As 
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Robert Younger, Rt. #2, Elon College, N.C. 27244 
Cecil Griffin, Rt.*2, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

Mrs.Geroldine Sharpe,26l2 W. Front St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Robert G. Sparks, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington, N.C. 

Mary Lou Haley, 111 W.Lee St., Mebane, N.C. 27302 

James Holsonback, Rt. #7, Burlington, N.C .27215 

Sandra James, Rt.*l, Box 1323A, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


James Barbour, Rt.*1 , Box 284-A,Haw River, N.C. 27258 
Linda King, Rt. #4, Mebane, N.C. 27302 

Mrs. Pat Marion, 1212 B Whilden Place, Greensboro, N.C. 27408 
Robbin King, SEBTS, Box 2378, Wake Forest, N.C. 27587 


Mrs. Regina Donaldson, 4066 ShamrockDr. , Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Mrs. Mildred Horner, 308 S. Maple St. , Graham, N.C. 27253 

Wade Wells, Rt.#4,Box 268, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Billie Phillips, 822 High St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Mrs. J. F.Thompson, Jr., 209 W.Gilbreath St., Graham, N.C27253 


Mrs. Margaret Miller, 404 Truitt Dr. , Elon College, N.C. 27244 
Emily Thompson, 3736 Westchester Dr., Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Barry Lane, Rt. #2, Box 434-C, Hillsborough, N.C. 27 78 
Mni. Timothy Matthews, 531 Williamsdale Rd., Graham, N.C27253 
Barry Carroll, 928 Brentwood Dr., Burlington, N.C. 27215 


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State of North Carolina 
Rev. Larry Thompson, / 
P.O.Box 372 
Haw River, North Coro 


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Alto ma haw 
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Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Lake 
Colonial Hills 


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Edgewood 

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Foirview 


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Glen Raven 
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Graham, First 


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Mrs. Doris Haith,Box67, Altamahaw, N.C. 27202 
Mrs. Jessie Grubb, Route *5, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 
Mrs. Lewis Cheek, Rt. #4, Box 411, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 
Mrs. Wilma Loy, 2601 W. Front St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Mrs. Frank Mayo, Rt.*1, Box 283-A, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Miss. Rebecca Crawford, Rt.*l, Box 119, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

Mrs. Joyce Horner, Rt.*5, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Mrs. Dorothy Clayton, Rt.*4, Box 212, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


M,^. patty Huffer,Rt.#2,Box 320A, Graham, N.C. 27253 

Mrs. Inez Faucette,Rt.#l,Mebane, N.C. 27302 

Mr3. Lewis Parrish, 1107 McPherson Dr., Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Mrs. Wanda Wilson, Rt. #2, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


Mrs. Gloria Clemmons, 215 Eastway Lane, Graham, N.C. 27253 
Mrs. Herman McLean, 207 Florence St., Graham, N.C. 27253 

Mrs. Lorena Hurdle, Rt. *7, Box 522, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Mrs. Joan Massey, 2420 Somers Ave., Burlington, N.C. 272 15 
Mi-s. Jessie Chatman,Rt.#l , Box 162-1, Haw River,N.C. 27258 
Mrs. Miriam Allred, 349 E.King St., Ext., Hillsborough, NC27278 
Miss Lenna Rudd, 407 N. Logan St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Mrs. Delma Thomas, 2736 May Dr., Burlington, N.C. 27215 




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Information Year Ending Sept. 30, 1978 

ST ASSOCIATION 

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Vance Vines, Rt. #8, Box 310, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
Curtis Haizlip,Rt.#l, Elon College, N.C. 27244 
Charles Harris, Rt. *5,Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

James W.Walker, 2601 W. Front St. Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Don Bolden,2332 Westover Terrace, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Harold Dodson, Rt.#l, Box 433, Grahom, N.C. 27253 
Claude Harmon,Jr.,Rt.*5,Box 517, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
E. L.Hardee, Rt. #3, Box 391, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


Cecil Thompson, Rt. #3, Box 39, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 
S.T.Heame,2508 McKinney St., Burlington,N.C. 27215 
Roney Fauc%tte,Rt.#4,Mebane, N.C.27302 
Wayne Hughes, P.O.Box 4068, Glen Raven, N.C. 27215 
W.P.Perry, Orange High School Rd., Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 


Robert Laws, 226 Webster Road, Graham, N.C. 27253 

Tom H.Barton, 606 Georgia Ave., Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Arnold Bryant, Rt.#2, Elon College, N.C. 27244 

Holt Faucette,Rt.#2,Box 379, Burlington, N.C. 27215 

Hugh Gray, 921 Hanford Brick Yard Rd., Graham, N.C. 27253 


Monroe Whitt, 738 Westbrook Drive, Burlington, N.C. 27215 
A, K. Roney, P.O. Box 265, Haw River, N.C. 27258 
William Faison,Rt.*4,Box 580, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 
N.M.Wooten,1617 W.Davis St., Burlington, N.C. 27215 
John Thomas, 2736 May Drive, Burlington, N.C. 27215 




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Thomas M. Denton, ^ 
P.O.Box 734 
Hillsborough, North C 


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Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 


Burlington, First 
Calvary 
Cane Creek 
City Lake 
Colonial Hills 


Cross Roads 

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Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Fairview 


Fellowship 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Glencoe 
Graham, First 


Grove Park 
Haw River, First 
Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 



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David Staples, 1156 Airport Rd., Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

Dalton Rhue,Rt.*4,Box 14,Mebone,N.C.27302 

Bernard Hodgin,Rt.*2,Graham, N.C .27253 


Clarence Sharpe,Rt.*l ,Ef land, N.C. 27243 
Clifton Clopp,Rf.'''3,Liberty, N.C. 27298 

Ben Freshwater, 115 Allen Street, Graham, N.C. 27253 
Haywood Mincey,462 Camp Rood, Burlington, N.C. 27215 


Houston Cook, Rt.*2, Mebane, N.C. 27302 

Edison Boswell,Rt.*l,Box60,Elon College, N.C. 27244 

O.O.Thompson, 1520 S. Main St., Grahom, N.C. 27253 

Douglas Polmer,Rt.*3,Gra ham, N.C. 27253 

Bobby Mangum,Box 701, Hillsborough, N.C. 27278 






1 


MOUNT ZION BAPT 
State of North Corolir 
Thomos M. Denton, ^ 
P.O.Box 734, Hillsbo 
Hillsborough, N. C. 


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Mars Hill 

McDuffie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 


Mount Ador 
Mount Zion 
New Hope 
North Graham 
Norths ide 


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Ossipee 
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Swepsonville 
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1979 
Minutes 



Mount Zion 

Baptist 

Association 



North Carolina 




Bold MisBton* 
While it it Yet Day 



Mount Zion 

Baptist Association 

North Carolina 

ONE HUNDRED TENTH ANNUAL SESSION 

HELD WITH 

GLEN HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 

BURLINGTON, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

AND 

BURLINGTON, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

BURLINGTON, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

AND 

CANE CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 

HILLSBOROUGH, ORANGE COUNTY 

OCTOBER 22, 23, 24, 1979 
1979 



The next annual session will be held with the Hocutt Memorial Baptist 
Church, Burlington, on Monday night October 20, 1980; and with the First 
Baptist Church, Mebane on Tuesday night October 21, 1980; and with 
Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church, Burlington, on Wednesday Morning 
October 22, 1980. 



ANNUAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Dr. James Ballard Holly Hill Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. Larry Harper Antioch Baptist Church 



DOCTRINAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Rev. Curtis Oakley Riverside Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. J. Monty Fox Colonial Hills Baptist Church 



Contents 



Application 16 

Book of Reports 22 

Associational Council 26 

Association, The 27 

Baptist Children's Homes 33 

Brotherhood 25 

Budget for 1980 39 

Christian Social Ministries 32 

Constitution Committee 25 

Digest of Letters 36 

Director of Missions 22 

Emergency Home 26 

Executive Committee 23 

Missions Committee 28 

Music Committee 34 

Ordinations Committee 28 

Resolutions Committee 35 

Sunday School 24 

Time, Place, and Preacher Committee 34 

Treasurer 38 

Woman's Missionary Union 29 

Youth Committee 33 

Church Directories 44 

Constitution 9 

Directory of the Association 3 

Distribution of Minutes 40 

Historical Events of Special Interest 44 

Historical Sketches 42 

Historical Tables 48 

Our Beloved Dead 41 

Proceedings of the Association 17 

Registered Messengers and Visitors 6 

Statistical Tables 51 



Associational Directory 

1979-80 

• OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Moderator Terrell K. Duncan, 2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington 

Vice Moderator I C. W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane 

Vice Moderator II Dale O. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington 

Vice Moderator III Larry Harper, Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill 

Vice Moderator IV Thomas -E. Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Court, Burlin^on 

Clerk Mrs. Edna J. Smith, 1457 Morningside Drive, Burlington 

Auditor Paul Hoyle, P.O. Box 2134, Burlington 

Historian Mrs. Mable Lassiter, 1512 Shadylawn Drive, Burlington 

Treasurer Graham Rogers, P.O. Box 151, Graham 

Trustees Paul Craig, P.O. Box 1794, Burlington (Rotates off 1980) 

C. R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Drive, Burhngton (Rotates off 1982) 
John Vernon, Jr., 1124 Aycock Ave., Burlington (Rotates off 1984) 

PAID EMPLOYEES OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Director of Missions J. Howard Silver, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Secretary- Associate Mrs. Reu Hudson, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Secretary-Bookkeeper Mrs. Edna J. Smith, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Volunteer Coordinator Mrs. Brenda Beam, 1907 Highview St., 

Apt. 1-D, Burlington 
Custodian Joe Foster, Kimballs Trailer Park, Graham 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



MISSIONS 

Mr. Tom Hill, Chmn. (1983) 502 Shadowbrook Ct., BurlingtonHolly Hill 
Mr. Haywood Mincey (1982) 462 Camp Road, Burlington Northside 

Dr. Eugene Akins (1981) 1106 E. Morehead St., BurhngtonKinnett Memorial 

P.O. Box 151, Graham Graham First 

2-C Brookwood Gar. Apts., Bur. Grove Park 
1907 Highview St., Apt 1-2, Bur. Burlington First 
Route 7, Box 22, Burlington Holly Hill 

2612 Trail 3, Burhngton Alamance First 

Route 3, Box 216, Elon College Burlington First 



Mr. Graham Rogers 
Miss Beverly Alford 
Mrs. Brenda Beam 
Rev. Alan Riley 
Mr. Chuck Surles 
Mr. Ralph Wilson 



NOMINATIONS 

Mr. Jack Watson, Chmn. 

Mr. Bill Ingold 

Mr. C. W. Lee 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr. 

Rev. Paul West 

Rev. James Hall 

Rev. Lvnn Bertram 



809 Allendale Drive, Burlington 
1616 Keogh Street, Burlington 
29 London Lane, Mebane 
1122 Braircliff Rd., Burlington 
Route 3, Box 532, Graham 
Route 3, Box 391, Elon College 
Route 2, Box 422, Hillsborough 



Kinnett Memorial 
Mount Zion 
Mebane First 
Grove Park 
Swepsonville 
Nail Memorial 
Cross Roads 



MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. Larr>' Thompson, Chm.P.O. Box 372, Haw River 
Mr. Harold Culbreth P.O. Box 245, Hillsborough 

Dr. James Ballard 2818 Edgewood Ave., Bur. 

Rev. Robert Pierce Route 4, Box 439, Chapel Hill 

Mr. Doug Palmer Route 3, Box 533, Graham 



Haw River First 
Hillsborough First 
Holly Hill 
Bethel 
Swepsonville 



CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman 

Mr. Clyde Gardner 

Rev. Larry Harper 

Mr. Maynard Ellington 

Mr. Wiley Wooten 



Route 3, Box 331, Liberty Mount Zion 

208 N. 6th Street, Mebane Mebane First 

Route 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill Antioch 
1964 Hilldale Dr., Burlington Grove Park 
1625 Woodland Ave., Burlington Graham First 



FINANCE 

Dr. James Ballard, Chm. 

Mr. Roy S. Hollomon, Jr. 

Mr. Graham Rogers 

Mr. W. D. Berry 

Mr. H. B. Raley 

Mr. Thomas B. Vines 



2818 Edgewood Ave., Bur. 
Route 10, Box 438, Burhngton 
P.O. Box 151 Graham 
Route 4, Box 52, Hillsborough 
1527 Wedgewood Dr., Graham 



Holly Hill 
Burlington First 
Graham First 
Mars Hill 

Northside 



423 Collinwood Dr., Burlington Grove Park 



MEMORIALS 
Miss Lenna Rudd, Chm. 
Mrs. Virginia Andrews 
Rev. Charles Lemley 



407 N. Logan St., Burlington 
513 Johnson Ave., Graham 
400 E. Jackson St., Mebane 



Hocutt Memorial 
Graham First . 
Mebane First 



ORDINATIONS 
Dr. Ralph E. Jones, 
Mr. Elmer Phillips 
Mr. Lynn Lambert 
Rev. John Small 
Rev. Curtis Tyler 



Jr. P.O. Box 779, Graham Graham First 

Route 3, Box 515, Graham Swpesonville 

2513 Hoskins Drive, Burlington Grove Park 

Route 2, Box 146, Chapel Hill McDuffie Mem. 

Route 1, Box 359, Hillsborough Mars Hill 



PROPERTIES 

Mr. James Dunn, Chm. 

Mr. Donald Dickerson 

Mrs. Peggy Smith 

Mr. Raymond Campbell 

Mr. Jack Sink 



P.O. Box 2379, Burlington 
225 N. Ruffin St., Hillsborough 
705 Sycamore Dr., Graham 
2201 Lee Dr., Burhngton 
731 Fairfield St., Burhngton 



Grove Park 
Hillsborough First 
Graham 
Glen Hope 
Kinnett Memorial 



EVANGELISM 
Dr. Dale O. Steele, Chm. 
Rev. Clarence Vaughn 
Mr. Dalton Rhue 



P.O. Box 2686, Burhngton 
511 North Avenue, Burlington 
Route 4, Box 14, Mebane 



Burlington First 
Glen Hope 
Mebane First 



EMERGENCY HOME 
Mr. Ralph Wilson, Chm. 
Miss Nancy Graves 
Mr. Tom Ward 

PERSONNEL 

Mr. Don Singletary, Chmn, 

Mrs. Brenda Beam 

Dr. Thomas Denton 

Dr. Ralph E. Jones 

Mr. Maynard Elhngton 

Mrs. Kathryn Ellington 



Route 3, Box 216, Elon College 
621 West Front St., Burlington 
P.O. Box 593. Hillsborough 



1532 Rogers Road, Graham 
1907 Highview St., Apt. 1-D 
P.O. Box 734, Hillsborough 
P.O. Box 779, Graham 
1964 Hilldale Dr., Bur. 
215 Cheek Lane, Graham 



Burlington First 
Mount Zion 
Hillsborough First 



Graham First 
Burlington First 
Hillsbrough First 
Graham First 
Grove Park 
Kinnett Mem. 



CAMPUS MINISTRY 
Rev. Bruce Martin, Chmn. 
Mrs. Charlene Pierce 
Dr. Herbert House, Jr. 



P.O. Box 163, Elon College 
Rt. 4, Box 439, Chapel Hill 
3416 Garden Rd., Burlington 



Elon College First 
Bethel 
Burlington First 



COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 



COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT 

Mr. Freeman Cooper, Chm. P.O. Box 491, Haw River 



Mrs. Mildred Overman 
Mrs. Martha Kirk 
Miss Betty Walker 
Mrs. Lucille Nash 



917 S. Beaumont Ave., Bur. 
Rt. 3, Box 106, Chapel Hill 
726 S. Broad St., Burlington 
1512 Hawthrone Lane, Bur. 



Haw River First 
Glen Hope 
Cane Creek 
Burlington First 
Northside 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 



Mr. James Dunn, Chm. 
Mrs. Miriam Allred 
Dr. James Ballsird 
Mrs. Betsy Fox 
Mr. Alton Riley 
Mrs. Frances Martin 



P.O. Box 2378, Burlington 
349 E. Kings St. Extn., H'bgh. 
2818 Edgewood Ave., Bur. 
Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough 
Rt. 1, Chapel Hill 
48 Hawthorne Lane, Bur. 



Grove Park 
Hillsborough First 
Holly Hill 
Mebane First 
Antioch 
Graham First 



TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHERS 

Rev. Charles Lemley, Chm. 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane Mebane First 

Rev. Earl Epperson Rt. 4, Box 120, Mebane Edgewood 

Rev. John Small Rt. 2, Box 146, Chapel Hill McDuffie Mem. 

Rev. Tom Elliott P.O. Box 751, Hillsborough Fairview 



Dr. Carlton Prickett 



'03 Westbrook Dr., Burlington Burlington First 



COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 



Rev. Robert Pierce, Chm. 
Rev. Greg Raines 
Rev. Monty Fox 
Rev. Elmer Joyner 
Rev. Roby Linebarger 



Rt. 4, Box 439, Chapel Hill 
202 Jones Ave., Hillsborough 
Rt. 4, Box 670, Hillsborough 
432 Sellars Mill Rd., Bur. 
322 Meadowbrook Dr., Bur. 



Bethel 
West Hill 
Colonial Hilh 
Eastlawn 
Grove Park 



There are no main offices of any Baptist school, hospital, encampment. 

Children's Home, state or convention-wide board or agency located in the 

Association. 

ZIP CODES 



Alamance 27201 

Altamahaw 27202 

Burlington .^ 27215 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Efland 27243 

Elon College 27244 

Graham 27253 



Haw River 27258 

Hillsborough 27278 

Liberty 27298 

Mebane 27302 

Prospect Hill 27314 

Saxapahaw 27340 

Swepsonville 27359 



ASSOCIATIONAL AUXILIARIES 

PASTOR'S CONFERENCE 

President Dr. James Ballard, 613 Gurney St., Burlington 

Vice President Rev. Larry Harper, Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill 

Secretary-Treasurer . . Dr. Gene Akins, 1108 Avon Avenue, Burlingen 
Program Chairman . . .Rev. Larry Harper, Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Jim Hallsey, 517 Parrish Street, Graham 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Rev. Larry Harper, Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Chuck Surles, 2612 Trail 3, Burlington 

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MUSIC 

Director Rev. Larry Thompson, P.O. Box 372, Haw River 

YOUTH COORDINATOR 

Director Rev. Steve Hearne, 2532 Hyde Street, Burlington 

WOMAN' MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. H.D. Booth, P.O. Box 533, Haw River 

Ass't Director Miss Beverly Alford, 2-C Brookwood Garden Apt., 

Burlington 

Secretary Mrs. Wayne Massey, Rt. 4, Box 201, Burlington 

Treasurer Mrs. Edd Brinkley, Rt. 1, Box 176, Elon College 

BAPTIST WOMEN I 

Director Mrs. C.Frank Kelly, 2305 Hyde Street, Burlington 

Ass't Director . . Mrs. Lewis Parrish, 1107 McPherson Rd., Burlington 

BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN 

Director Mrs. Robert Sykes, 321 Dogget Drive, Graham 

Ass't Director . . . Mrs. Martha Pearsall, Rt. 6, Box 196-12, Burlington 

ACTEENS 

Director Miss Marie Webster, P.O. Box 569, Graham 

Ass't Director Mrs. C.E. Canada, Jr., 309 Trail 3, Burhngton 

GIRLS-IN-ACTION 

Director Mrs. Glenn Ellington, 215 Cheek Lane, Graham 

Ass't Director .... Mrs. Richard D. Walker, 2590 Hyde St., Burlington 

MISSION FRIENDS 

Director Mrs. Garnett Patton, 346 N. St. John St., Burlington 

Ass't Director Mrs. Guy Cain, 318 Bland Blvd., Burlington 

MISSION ACTION 

Director Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1122 Briarcliff Rd., Burhngton 

HISTORIAN . Mrs. Winfred Overman, 917 S. Beaumont Ave. Burhngton 

PUBLICITY Mrs. Willard Smith, Rt. 4, Box 27CCC, Mebane 



REGISTERED MESSENGERS AND VISITORS 



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ALAMANCE, FIRST - Mrs. James O. Coble, Mrs. Vance Vines, Eva 

Prichard, David Prichard. 
ALTAMAHAW - Rev. Frank Haith, Rev. Ronald Coleman, Julia Bowles, 

Raymond Fargis, Clyde M. Smithey, Mrs. Clyde Smithey, Mrs. Mack 

Rainey, Bessie Rainey. 
ANTIOCH - Rev. Larry Harper, Angelia Harper, Jessie I. Grubb, Octavia 

Ward, Lou Etta Atwater. 
BETHEL - Rev. Robert Pierce, Charlene Pierce. 
BROOKWOOD Not represented. 



BURLINGTON, FIRST - Dr. Dale O. Steele, Robert Sparks, Carlton S. 

Prickett, Mrs. Carlton Prickett, Frank E. Gilliam, Brenda Beam, Steve 

Rumley, Howard Haskins, Barbara Mays, Kathleen Holt, Daniel H. 

Brock, Betty Brock, David H. Goodroe, Fred Walther, Mrs. Fred 

Walther. 
CALVARY - Roy A. Lewis, Myrtle L. Bristow, Barbara L. Thompson, 

Linda King. 
CANE CREEK - Cecil C. Crawford, Rebecca Crawford, Frances 

Crawford, Mae Crawford, Carrie Snipes, Mrs. Alma Trollinger, 

Hight M. Perry, Mrs. Hight M. Perry, Mrs. CM. Kirk, Ethel Cheek, 

Harold Dodson, Alice Ivey, Martha Kirk. 
CITY LAKE - Rev. C.L. Abernethy. 

COLONIAL HILLS-Rev. Monty Fox, Francis W. Clark, Robert M. Rose. 
CROSS ROADS - Rev. Lynn Bertram, Mrs. John Childs, Mrs. Margaret 

Thompson. 
EASTLAWN - S.T. Hearne, Johnny P. Greene. 
EDGEWOOD - Rev. E.L. Epperson, Mrs. E.L. Epperson. 
ELON COLLEGE - Rev. Bruce Martin, Zelma Allen, Mary Rudder, 

Louise Smithey. 
FAIRVIEW - Nellye T. Neems, Frank Davis, Mrs. Frank Davis, Tom 

Elliott, Mrs. Pat Elhott, Mary H. Copeland. 
FELLOWSHIP - Rev. Ken Simpson, Jeannie Simpson, Frank E. Simons 

Robert Laws, Pat Laws, Martha E. Pearsall, Jack Brewer, William L. 

Lee. Carolyn Lee, Toni Currin. 
GLEN HOPE - Rev. C.C. Vaughn, Mrs. Clarence Vaughn, Mildred C. 

Overman, W.H. Callahan, Mrs. W.H. Callahan, Sadie Callahan, Mrs. 

G.W. Swinney, Edward S. Long, Iris Allison, Ruby T. Long, Mrs. W.G. 

McLean, Mrs. Etta Teague, Josie R. Lowe, Mrs. Dan Horner, Mrs. 

Maggie Pruitt, Janie Adams, Irene Clubb, Mrs. W.R. Robertson, Mrs. 

W.H. Andrews, Billie Medford, A.C. Bowes, Lealer Bowes, Raymond 

A. Campbell, Grace Fuqua, Lisa Macon, V.A. McKinney, Mrs. Annie 

Lashley, Thomas H. Barton, Herman M. Lea, Mrs. Herman Lea, E.C. 

Dean, Mrs. E.C. Dean. 
GLEN RAVEN - Not represented. 
GLENCOE - Raymond Willis. 
GRAHAM, FIRST - Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Ralph Jones, Graham 

Rogers, Floyd Hobson, Mrs. Floyd Hobson, Lucille Cox, Mrs. Lucille D. 

Andrew, Jim Hallsey, Dr. J. Howard Silver, Mona S. Silver, Macie 

McElroy, Walker Martin, Mrs. Walker Martin, Paul Warren, Louise S. 

Warren, Judy Ritchie, Caroline Singletary, W. Harold Henderson, 

Bertha S. Henderson. 
GROVE PARK - Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Roby Linebarger, James M. Dunn, 

Gladys Dunn, Brownie Vines, Dot Jackson, Beverly Alford, 
HAW RIVER, FIRST - Rev. Larry Thompson, Mrs. Larry Thompson, 

Freeman Cooper, J.C. Pierce, Robert P. Smith, Mrs. Robert Smith. 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST - Dr. Thomas Denton, Mrs. Connie Denton, 
Mrs. George E. Simmons, Reginald D. Carter, Mrs. Harry E. Brown, 
Ruby Hines, Elsie C. Scott, Naddena Blackwelder, Mrs. Herman 
Strayhorn. 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL - Carl C. Hinton, Bessie Hinton, Lenna Rudd, 
Mrs. Dewey gattis, Sadie Shaw, Ruth Cornell, Janie Seamster, Mable 
S. Lassiter, Jim Quentin. Mrs. Elsie Quenton, Stephen Z. Hearne, Sr. 

HOLLY HILL - Thomas E. Hill, Jean Hill, Effie Hayes, Sue Hilhard, 
Herby HilHard. 7 



KINNETT MEMORIAL - Dr. R. Eugene Akins, Jeanette Akins, Reu 

Hudson, J.A. Watson, Mrs. J. A. Watson, Marshall Thornton, Catherine 

Thornton, Eunice Morningstar, Mrs. Vivian Raynor, NobieDickerson, 

Mrs. Ann Lanier, Mrs. Ora Williams, jAdelle Huffines, Mrs. Victor E. 

Dodson, Mrs. Mattie McNeil, Iver Maness, Kathryn Ellington, Mrs. 

LilHe Harden, Eloise Holt, Lillian Moore, Mrs. Dorothy M. Malone, 

Jack Sink, Margaret Dodson. 
MARS HILL - Rev. Curtis Tyler, J.M. Kenyon, Mrs. J.M. Kenyon, 

Marvin Phelps, Katherine Wilkerson, Mrs. Lillian Wilkerson, William 

A. McKee, Lilliam McKee, Margaret T. McKee, C.A. Laws, Mrs. George 

Johnson, Sr., Roy Wilson, Mary Carolyn Home, Olive Jenkins, Faye 

Davis. 
McDUFFIE MEMORIAL - Not represented. 
MEBANE, FIRST - Rev. Charles Lemley, C.W. Lee, Jr., Hazel Lee, 

Parker Wood, Mrs. Sadie Wood, Mrs. Betsy Fox, Roy L. Bennison, Mrs. 

Roy Bennison, Mrs. Willard Smith. 
MOORE'S CHAPEL - Rev. Earl Harden, Mrs. Lilhe Mae Harden, 

Bernard E. Hodgin, Nerata Hodgin, James G. Cheek, Annie Cheek, 

C.E. Braxton. 
MOUNT ADAR - Clarence N. Sharpe, Erma Sharpe, Sybil Moore. 
MOUNT ZION - Rev. Joe R. Hicks, W.C. Ingold, Mary L. Ingold, Wayne 

Humble, Mrs. Wayne Humble, Mr. E.G. Payne, Mrs. Janet Payne, 

Nancy Lee Graves, Mr. George Spoon, Mrs. George Spoon. 
NALL MEMORIAL - Mrs. Bessie W. Nail, Mrs. Cynthia Brande, 

Catherine Jernigan, H.C. Thomas, Katherine Williams. 
NEW HOPE - Not represented. 

NORTH GRAHAM - Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., Mrs. Louise Booth. 
NORTHSIDE - Terrell Duncan, Colleen Duncan, Mrs. Edna Smith, 

Mrs. Lucille Nash, Sadie Watson, Ann Boswell, Al Winningham, 

Haywood Mincey, Mrs. Ellen Mincey, Mr. C.F. Kelly, Mrs. C.F. Kelly, 

Ruth Morris. 
OAK GROVE - Rev. Harley Anderson, Mrs. Harley Anderson, Joyce 

Williams, Mrs. Nadine Sykes. 
OSSIPEE - Mrs. Louise Boswell, Marie Tysinger, Lonie L Pickard. 
RIVERSIDE - Not represented. 
SWEPSONVILLE - Rev. E. Paul West, Jr., Mildred Hurst, Edna Snipes, 

Nellie C. Frazier, Raleigh Daves, Jr., Pearl Reynolds, Adelle Doby, 

James Morrow. 
WEST HILL - Rev. Greg Raines, Diana Raines, Miss Rosa Mangum, 

Lillian Wagner, Gilda M. Anderson. 

Visitors From Outside Our Association - Charles F. Hodges, Mills 
Home, Thomasville, Lois Romine, Mills Home, Thomasville, Richard 
McBride, Gardner-Webb College, Sanford Fitzsimmons, Home 
Mission Board, Atlanta, Rev. M. Boyd Bingham, Binghamtown, 
Kentucky, Mrs. Annie P. Durham, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 
Geo. E. Shore, Baptist State Convention. 

Total attendance for the two night and one day session was 456. There 
were 354 total registered messengers and 102 total registered visitors. There 
were four churches not represented: Brookwood, Glen Raven, McDuffie 
Memorial, and New Hope. 



CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS 

OF 

THE MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
(ADOPTED OCTOBER 23, 1979) 

PREAMBLE 

We, the Baptist Churches of the Mount Zion Baptist Association, unite 
according to the plan and for the purpose and work of New Testament 
churches in our world, and to this end to cooperate to the fullest extent 
possible with the State and Southern Baptist Convention, according to the 
following articles; 

ARTICLE I - NAME 

The name of this body is the "Mount Zion Baptist Association." 

ARTICLE II - PURPOSE 

It shall be the purpose of the Association (1) to provide the mutual 
encouragement and fellowship of member churches through the definition 
and practice of Baptist distinctives; (2) to consistently seek to confront 
everyone in our area with the claims of Christ on his/her life; (3) to 
encourage and facilitate church growth and development; (4) to promote 
participation in missions and ministries on the foreign field, in the 
homeland, in the state, and in the area of the association; (5) to provide 
services to the churches as needed and desired; (6) to provide an additional 
channel by which member churches may participate in the Southern 
Baptist Convention and the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP 

SECTION 1. The Association shall be composed of cooperating Baptist 
churches within the Counties of Alamance and Orange in North Carolina. 

SECION 2. The Association shall be sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches, or reject churches, according to its Constitution and 
Bylaws. Member churches may withdraw from the Association as they 
desire. Any church in the Association which failed to cooperate with the 
Association shall be contacted by a committee appointed by the 
Coordinating Council of the Association to determine the intentions of the 
church regarding its remaining in the Association. 

A cooperating church shall be defined as one which sends an annual 
report to the Association and messengers to Associational meetings, and 
contributes to the financial program of the Association. 

SECTION 3. Churches desiring to affiliate with the Association shall 
make a written request to the Coordinating Council of the Association at 
least three months prior to the October meeting. If, in the judgment of the 
Coordinating Council and the Committee on Membership, the requirements 
hereinafter set forth have been met, the church may be recommended for 
membership without delay at the October meeting of the Association. In 
any other case a church may be received under watchcare of the 
Association. ; ; ^ 

ARTICLE IV - MEETINGS 

SECTION 1. The Association shall meet quarterly on the Monday after 
the second Sunday in January, April, and July. In October the Association 

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shall meet on Tuesday and Wednesday after the third Sunday. 

SECTION 2. Special meetings may be called by the Moderator provided 
two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

SECTION 3. In case of emergency, the coordinating Council shall have 
the authority to change the time and/ or place of meetings, and shall be 
responsible for providing churches with sufficient notice of change. 

SECTION 4. Each church is entitled to 10 messengers. Churches with 
more than 500 members are entitled to an additional messenger for each 100 
members more than the initial 500. Messengers shall be elected annually for 
all Associational meetings. It is suggested that at least 5 of the messengers 
be leaders of individual church organizations. - 

ARTICLE V - AUTHORITY 

While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Association does 
not claim, and will never attempt to exercise any authority over any other 
Baptist body, whether church or auxiliary organization. 

ARTICLE VI - OFFICERS AND THEIR ELECTION 

SECTION 1. The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice 
Moderator I, Vice Moderator II, Vice Moderator III, Vice Moderator IV, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Music Director, Auditor, Historian, Sunday School 
Director, Church Training Director, Woman's Missionary Union Director, 
Brotherhood Director, and Coordinator of Youth Activities. 

SECTION 2. The officers of the Association shall be elected at the April 
meeting of the Association for a term of one year. Officers shall be contacted 
and nominated by the Committee on Nominations (Bylaw VI Section 7). 

SECTION 3. Officers shall assume their duties at the close of the April 
meeting and serve until the next April meeting, or until their successors ^re 
elected. 

SECTION 4. Any person having served two terms as Moderator shall be 
ineligible for re-election for a period of two years. 

ARTICLE VII - TRUSTEES AND THEIR ELECTION 

There shall be three Trustees of the Association, one of whom should be 
an attorney, serving terms of 6 years each on a rotating basis. Upon 
nomination by the Committee on Nominations, one new Trustee shall be 
elected at the April meeting in each EVEN year to fill the vacancy created 
by the expiration of the term of one of the three. No Trustee is eligible for a 
second term of service until after a lapse of two years. The expiration date of 
each Trustee's term of office shall appear in the Associational Minutes. 

ARTICLE VIII - THE COORDINATING COUNCIL 

The Coordinating Council shall be composed of the Moderator, the 4 Vice 
Moderators, and the Director of Missions. The Coordinating Council shall 
be responsible for coordinating and directing all the work of the 
Association, including Long Range Planning. It shall meet monthly and, 
when appropiate, make reports and recommendations to the Association at 
scheduled meetings. The Director of Missions shall serve as Chairman of 
the Coordinating Council. 

ARTICLE IX - COMMITTEES 

SECTION 1. The Association shall have the following standing 
Committees, with terms of office being from the close of the April meeting 
through the following April meeting: 

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A. To be nominated by the Committee on Committees and elected at the 
April meeting: 

(1) Committee on Personnel (Bylaw VI, Section 1) 

(2) Committee on Missions (Bylaw VI, Section 2) 

(3) Committee on Evangelism (Bylaw IV, Section 3) 

(4) Committee on Finance (Bylaw VI, Section 4) 

(5) Committee on Ordinations (Bylaw VI, Section 5) 

(6) Committee on Memorials (Bylaw VI, Section 6) 

(7) Committee on Nominations (Bylaw VI, Section 7) 

(8) Committee on Constitution (Bylaw VI, Seciton 8) 

(9) Committee on Membership (Bylaw VI, Section 9) 

(10) Committee on Properties (Bylaw VI, Section 14) 

(11) Committee on Baptist Emergency Home (Bylaw VI, Section 15) 

(12) Committee on Campus Ministry (Bylaw VI, Section 16) 

B. To be appointed by the Moderator at the April meeting: 

(1) Committee on Committees (Bylaw VI, Section 10) 

(2) Committee on Enrollment (Bylaw VI, Section 13) 
SECTION 2. The following committees shall be appointed by the 

Moderator at least 30 days prior to the October meeting to serve during the 
October meeting: 

(1) Committee on Place and Preacher (Bylaw VI, Section 11) 

(2) Committee on Resolutions (Bylaw VI, Section 12) 

ARTICLE X - AMENDMENTS 

SECTION 1. The provisions of this Constitution shall not be waived at 
any regular meeting of the Association, except as hereinafter provided for. 

SECTION 2. Amendments to this Constitution may be made at any 
October meeting of the Association upon an affirmative vote of two-thirds 
of the voting messengers present, provided that proposed amendments 
shall have been presented to the Moderator at least 15 days prior to the 
meeting, and submitted to the Committee on Constitution for its report and 
recommendation. Amendments must be presented to the Association on the 
first day of the October meeting and voted by the Association on the second 
day by a standing vote. 

BYLAWS 

Bylaw I Parliamentary Rules 

Robert's Rules of Order, Revised Edition, shall be followed as the 
Association's rules for conducting its deliberative assemblies, except as the 
Association prescribes otherwise. 

Bylaw II Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30, 
with the exception of the fiscal or financial year which shall begin January 
1 and close December 31. 

Bylaw III New Churches 

Any church seeking membership in the Association shall petition the 
Coordinating Council at least 3 months prior to the October meeting of the 
Association. The petition shall be referred to the Committee on Membership 
for its study of the petitioning church's Covenant. Articles of Faith, history, 
practices, cooperative intentions, relations to other member churches of the 
Associaton, and its willingness to abide by the Constitution and Bylaws of 

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the Association. The Committee on Membership shall report to the 
Association at the October meeting its findings and recommendations for 
Associational action. 

Bylaw IV Organizational Structure 

The organizational structure of the Association shall be divided into 5 
Task Forces. Each Task Force shall meet quarterly and make reports to the 
Coordinating Council as needed. 

SECTION 1. Task Force I, "Associational Administration," shall be 
composed of the Moderator, Clerk, Trustees, Treasurer, and Committees on 
Personnel, Finance, and Properties. Task Force I shall oversee all 
administrative functions of the Association, including employing and/ or 
discharging staff personnel, budget planning,and use and maintenance of 
Associational property and equipment. 

SECTION 2. Task Force II, "Fellowship and Mutual Care," shall be 
composed of Vice Moderator I, Committees on membership, Ordination, 
and Memorials, and the President of the Pastor's Conference of the 
Association. Task Force II shall seek to enrich fellowship with in and 
between churches in the Association and it shall be responsible for 
planning the January meeting of the Association. 

SECTION 3. Task Force III, "Evangelism and Outreach," shall be 
composed of Vice Moderator II, and the Evangelism Committee. It shall be 
responsible for planning and promoting evangelism and outreach. It shall 
also plan the April meeting of the Association. 

SECTION 4. Task Force IV, "Church Growth and Training," shall be 
composed of Vice Moderator III, Associational Directors of Music, Sunday 
School, Church Training, Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary Union, and 
Coordinator of Youth Activities. It shall be the responsibility of Task Force 
IV to coordinate leadership training and to encourage church growth. It 
shall also be responsible for planning the annual calendar and the July 
meeting of the Association. 

SECTION 5. Task Force V, "Associational Ministries," shall be 
composed of Vice Moderator IV, and the Committee on Missions. It shall 
seek to discover, implement, and maintain Associational ministries. It shall 
also be responsible for planning the October meeting of the Association, 
including the preparation of a printed program which shall be sent to all 
persons on the program and to all pastors at least 30 days prior to the 
October meeting. It shall, in the opening session of the October meeting of 
the Association, present the printed program for adoption. 

Bylaw V Duties of Officers 

SECTION 1. Moderator 

The Moderator shall preside during meetings of the Association 
according to the Constitution and Bylaws, serve on the Coordinating 
Council as Moderator of Task Force I, appoint Committee on Committees, 
Place and Preachers, Resolutions, and Enrollment. The Moderator shall 
serve also as Ex-Officio member of all other committees. 

SECTION 2. Vice Moderator I 

Vice Moderator I shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure, of the 
Moderator. In addition. Vice Moderator I shall serve on the Coordinating 
Council as Moderator of Task Force II. 

SECTION 3. Vice Moderator II 

Vice Moderator II shall serve on the Coordinating Council as Moderator 

of Task Force III. 

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SECTION 4. Vice Moderator III 

Vice Moderator III shall serve on the Coordinating Council as 
Moderator of Task Force IV. 

SECTION 5. Vice Moderator IV 

Vice Moderator IV shall serv^e on the Coordinating Council as Moderator 
of Task Force V. 

SECTION 6. Clerk 

The Clerk shall send annual report forms at least 30 days before the 
October meeting, distribute at the October meeting copies of a digest of 
these reports, make an accurate record of the proceedings of the 
Association, supervise the printing and distribution of minutes, records, 
and other documents of the Association, and serve also as secretary of the 
Coordinating Council. 

SECTION 7. Treasurer 

The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association; disburse the same upon instructions from the 
Association, its Coordinating Council, or as designated in the budget; 
render an accurate report of receipts and disbursements and distribute 
same at the October meeting; give an oral report at each quarterly meeting; 
and keep books available and up to date for examination. 

The Treasurer shall serve as a member of the Committees on Finance 
and Missions. 

The Chairman of the Committee on Finance shall have the authority to 
act for the Treasurer in the event the Treasurer is incapacitated. 

SECTION 8. Music Director 

The Music Director shall be in charge of the music program of the 
Association during and between Associational meetings. 

SECTION 9. Auditor 

The Auditor shall, at the close of the fiscal year, make an audit of the 
Treasurer's records. 

SECTION 10. Historian 

The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the meetings 
of the Association. 

SECTION 11. Organizational Directors 

Associational Directors of the Sunday School, Church Training, 
Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary Union, and the Coordinator of Youth 
Activities shall be in charge of their respective organizations during their 
tenure of service. 

Bvlaw VI Duties of Committees 

SECTION 1. Committee on Personnel 

The Committee on Personnel shall be composed of 6 members, each of 
whom will serve a tenure of 3 years, with two members rotating off the 
Committee each year. The Committee will prepare and update, as 
necessary, position discriptions of all Associational staff personnel, 
excluding the Director of Missions whose responsibilities are described in 
Bylaw VIII. It shall survey the need for additional staff positions; recruit, 
interview, and recommend to the Association or its Coordinating Council 
new employed personnel; and, when necessary, recommend to the 
Coordinating Council the termination of employment of staff personnel. 
The Committee shall review annually salaries and benefits, and make 
recommendations to the Finance Committee. It shall review at least 
annually the performance of each employee, receive any grievance, and 
otherwise seek to promote harmonious relationships between all employees 

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of the Association. 

SECTION 2. Committee on Missions 

(1) The Committee on Missions shall be composed of one representative 
each from the Associational Brotherhood, Woman's Missionary Union, the 
Treasurer, the Director of each Associational minsitry, and three additional 
members elected by the Association to serve 3 years on a rotating basis. It 
shall work with the Director of Missions in promoting the work of the 
Association, and lead and assist in organizing new churches and in 
beginning new mission stations. 

(2) Upon request, the Committee on Missions shall advise any group 
seeking to organize a new church. The Committee will be available to any 
church desiring assistance with problems. 

(3) When without a Director of Missions this Committee shall seek out 
and recommend to the Association or its Coordinating Council for election a 
new Director of Missions according to Bylaw VIII, Section 1. 

SECTION 3. Committee on Evangehsm 

The Committee on Evangelism, composed of 3 members, shall promote 
the work of Evangelism within the Association incooperation with the 
State Department of Evangelism. All plans and programs shall be subject 
to approval by the Associational or its Coordinating Council. 

SECTION 4. Committee on Finance 

A. The Committee on Finance, composed of 5 members and the 
Treasurer, shall study the Association's financial needs for an adequate 
program, prepare and present a budget to the Association for the following 
year, devise and develop plans for securing the cooperation of churches in 
providing funds to meet the budget, and make a written report at the 
October meeting. 

B. In the event it becomes necessary to borrow funds for current 
operating expenses of the Association, the Committee on Finance is 
authorized to instruct the Trustees to secure by loan an amount not to 
exceed 10% of the annual budget for a period not to exceed 90 days, and to 
renew the loan as needed. 

SECTION 5. Committee on Ordinations 

The Committee on Ordinations, composed of 5 members, shall, when 
requested by a member church, assist with the examination and ordination 
of a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. Each candidate shall be examined as 
to his Christian experience, call to and preparation for the ministry, 
doctrinal beliefs, and attitude toward our Denomination and its program. 

SECTION 6. Committee on Memorials 

The Committee on Memorials, composed of 3 members, shall bring a 
report at the October meeting and lead in a memorial service in memory of 
those reported by the churches as deceased since the last annual meeting. 

SECTION 7. Committee on Nominations 

The Committee on Nominations, composed of 7 members, shall contact 
and nominate at the April meeting of the Association the officers and 
trustees of the Association according to Article VI and VII of the 
Constitution. 

SECTION 8. Committee on Constitution 

The Committee on Constitution, composed of 5 members, shall be 
available to study any changes or revisions in the Constitution, and to 
make recommendations as needed to keep the Cosntitution in line with the 
policies and programs of the Association. 

SECTION 9. Committee on Membership 

The Committee on Membership, composed of 5 members, shall perform 

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the duties as set forth in the Constitution and Bylaws, Article III, Section 3 
and Bylaw III. 

SECTION 10. Committee on Committees 

The Committee on Committees, composed of 7 members, shall be 
appointed as set forth in the Constitution (Article IX, Section 1, B), and 
shall nominate persons to be elected by the Association to serve on all 
standing Committees. 

SECTION 11. Committee on Place and Preachers. 

The Committee on Place and Preachers, composed of 5 members, shall 
receive or solicit invitations for the place or places for meetings of the 
Association, and shall recommend the places. It shall also recommend the 
Preachers and alternates for the annual and doctrinal sermons, one of 
which shall be given on the first day and the other on the second day of the 
October meeting, to be alternated from year to year. 

SECTION 12. Committee on Resolutions 

The Committee on Resolutions, composed of 5 members, shall draw up 
and present to the Association at the October meeting resolutions of 
appreciation and any other resolutions it may deem expedient. 

SECTION 13. Committee on Enrollment 

The Committee on Enrollment, composed of 5 members, shall prepare for 
and direct the enrollment of messengers at all sessions of Associational 
meetings. Each messenger shall be enrolled only once during the October 
meeting. This Committee shall be prepared to report on enrollment when 
called for during meetings. 

SECTION 14. Properties Committee 

The Properties Committee, composed of 5 members, shall be responsible 
for the maintenance of all propeties owned or leased by the Association or 
its Trustees. 

SECTION 15. Baptist Emergency Home Committee 

The Baptist Emergency Home Committee shall be composed of 3 
members who will work with the Director of the Home and shall keep the 
Association informed as to the needs and opportunities at the Home. 

SECTION 16. Committee on Campus Ministry 

The Committee on Campus Ministry, composed of 3 members, shall 
consult with and advise the Director of Campus Ministry, and shall keep the 
Association informed regarding the needs and opportunities of Campus 
Ministry within the Association. 

Bylaw VII Trustees 

The legal title to all real and personal property of the Association shall 
be vested in the trustees and their successors in such office. The said 
trustees may convey said property legal instruments pursuant to 
resolutions adopted and approved by the Association or its Coordinating 
Council. They shall handle all legal matters of the Association under the 
direction of the said Association or its Coordinating Council. See Article VII 
of the Constitution. 

Bylaw VIII Director of Missions 

SECTION 1. The Director of Missions shall be elected upon a 
recommendation of the Committee on Missions, and by vote of the 
Association at a regularly scheduled meeting. The relationship between the 
Association and its Director of Missions may be terminated following a 
reasonable notice given by either party. 

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SECTION 2. The Director of Missions shall promote the work ana 
witness of the Association and Denomination, cooperating with the 
churches, their pastors and officers, and Associational committees and 
organizations. 

A. He shall be responsible for planning, promoting, and executing the 
ministry of the Association in cooperation with the Coordinating Council 
and the Committee on Missions. 

B. He shall serve as Chairman of the Coordinating Council, and make an 
annual report to the Association at the October meeting. 

C. He shall be an ex-officio member of all committees of the Association, 
serving in an advisory and/ or resource capacity. 

D. He shall seek to visit each church in the Association in order to: 

(1) Enrich Christian fellowship among the churches. 

(2) Encourage and strengthen the ministry of the churches. 

(3) Enhance the cooperative relationship between the churches and 
the Association. 

E. He shall, when necessary, conduct surveys or inquiries in order to 
determine specific needs for ministry within the area of the Association. 

F. He shall, upon request, provide a list of qualified persons who may be 
considered by churches seeking pastors. 

G. He shall havea full administrative responsibility for all personnel 
employed by the Association. 

SECTION 3. 

A. The Director of Missions is entitled to 3 weeks vacation annually. 
Upon completion of 5 years service, the Director of Missions shall be 
entitled to 4 weeks annual vacation. Vacation is to be taken within the 
calendar year, and it is not accumulative. 

B. The Director of Missions is entitled to 30 days sick leave per calendar 
year, sick leave is not to be taken as vacation, and it is not accumulative. 

C. The Director of Missions is entitled to 4 weeks per calendar year which 
he may use at his discretion for personal enrichment, professional 
development, and speaking engagements or revivals outside the 
Association. This time is not accumulative. 

SECTION 4. Should there occur at any time a grievance on the part of 
the Association or the Director of Missions, either party may consult with 
the Moderator and Chairmen of the Missions and Personnel Committees. 

Bylaw IX Annual Reports 

Persons who are to bring reports to the October meeting of the 
Association shall present the same to the Director of Missions or Clerk two 
weeks prior to the October meeting in order for these to be included in the 
Book of Advanced Reports. 

Bylaw X Amendments : , ; »: 

Amendments to the Bylaws may be made at any session of the October 
meeting of the Association when presented in writing and approved by a 
majority of the messengers present and voting. 

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE 
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

This is to certify that the (name of church) of 

(address) in Church conference (date) voted to 

make formal appUcation for membership in the Mount Zion Baptist 

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Association, and pledges itself to support the Baptist Denomination and its 
program of carrying out Our Lord's Commands within the Association, the 
State, the Homeland, and throughout the World. The "Articles of Faith", 
known and normally accepted by Baptists as the "New Hampshire 
Confession of Faith," has been read before the congregation and approved. 
It further pledges itself to live by the "Church Covenant" of a Missionary 
Baptist Church. It declares itself to be a duly constituted and organized 
Missionary Baptist Church, and will maintain this status at all times, or 
will voluntarily withdraw from the Association. 

It understands that upon submitting this application to the 
Coordinating Council, it will be referred to the Committee on Membership of 
the Association for study and investigation. The church remains under 
watchcare of the Association until the time it is received into full 
membership with all rights and privileges. 

Proceedings 

First Day, Monday October 22, 1979 
Glen Hope Baptist Church 

NIGHT SESSION 

1. The 110th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association was 
called to order by the Moderator Dr. Thomas M. Denton. 

2. Rev. C.C. Vaughn, pastor of host church, extended a cordial welcome 
and explained the facilities to all in attendance. Rev. Vaughn then 
conducted a short devotional period. 

3. The minutes of the July 16th meeting were read by the clerk and 
approved. 

4. Dr. J. Howard Silver, Director of Missions, introduced the 
"Celebration Singers" a group of retarded adults, who gave a mini-concert 
in song. This group was directed by Miss Suzanne Smith. 

5. Rev. Curtis Tyler, Chairman of the Order of Business Committee, 
presented the program as given on page 1 and 2 of the Book of Reports and 
moved for its adoption. This motion was adopted. 

MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING 
October 22-24, 1979 

THEME: "MAKING BOLD MISSION THRUST A REALITY" 

Monday, October 22, 1979 - "Make Bold Mission Thrust A Reality Through 

Bold Praying" 

Glen Hope Baptist Church 

P.M. 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion Rev. Clarence Vaughn 

7:10 Mini-Concert The Celebration Singers 

7:25 Reading and Approving of Minutes Mr. Freeman Cooper 

7:30 Presentation of Order of Business Rev. Curtis Tyler 

7:35 Roll Call of Churches and Enrollment of 

Messengers Mr. Freeman Cooper 

7:45 Recognition of New Pastors Dr. J. Howard Silver 

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7:50 Report of Executive Committee and 

Committee Appointments Dr. Tom Denton 

7:55 Hymn Rev. Larry Thompson 

8:00 Tresurer's Report Mr. Graham Rogers 

8:05 Associational Council Report Dr. J. Howard Silver 

8:10 Constitution Committee Report Rev. Joe Hicks 

8:20 Miscellaneous Business 

8:30 Hymn and Special Music Rev. Larry Thompson 

8:40 Doctrinal Sermon Rev. Charles Lemley 

9:15 Benediction Rev. Charles Lemley 

Tuesday, October 23, 1979 

First Baptist Church, Burlington - "Make Bold Mission Thrust a 

Reality Through Bold Action" 

P.M. 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion ... Dr. Dale O. Steele 

7:10 Reports of Committees - Part I 

Nominating Committee Mr. Jack Watson 

Committee on Committees Mr. James Dunn 

Missions Committee Mr. Johnny Greene 

Constitution Committee Rev. Joe Hicks 

Finance Committee Mr. Terrell Duncan 

7:35 Hymn Rev. Larry Thompson 

7:40 Mini-Concert Ms. Olive Jenkins, Harpist 

7:55 Miscellaneous Business 

8:05 Recognition of Convention Representatives 

8:10 "Light Up A Life" Dr. Dale O. Steele 

8:25 Missions Emphasis .Mr. Tom Hill 

8:35 Special Music 

8:40 Annual Sermon Rev. Ken Simpson 

9:15 Benediction Rev. Ken Simpson 

Wednesday, October 24, 1979 

Cane Creek Baptist Church - "Make Bold Mission Thrust a Reality 

Through Bold Planning" 

A.M. 
9:00 Coffee and Fellowship - 

9:25 Welcome and Devotion 
9:35 Report of Organizations ... 

Sunday School Mr. Jim Hallsey 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. Shirley Bradley 

Brotherhood Mr. Chuck Surles 

Church Music Rev. Larry Thompson 

Youth Rev. Steve Hearne 

10:00 Hymn Rev. Larry Thompson 

10:05 Reports of Committees - Part II 

Evangelism Committee Dr. Dale O. Steele 

Ordination Committee Dr. Roy Taylor 

Memorials Committee Miss Lenna Rudd 

Time, Place, Preachers Committee . . . Rev. Charles Lemley 

10:30 Miscellaneous Business 

10:40 Baptist Children's Homes Dr. Elizabeth Wagoner 

10:55 Baptist Hospital Dr. Reginald Carter 

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11:10 Resolutions Committee Rev. Robert Pierce 

11:20 Special Music 

11:25 Director of Missions Report Dr. J. Howard Silver 

11:50 Benediction 

6. A roll call of the churches was conducted by the clerk. After the roll call 
the clerk made a motion that the messengers registered and those who 
would register in the following sessions would constitute the body for the 
Associational meetings of the 110th annual session. This motion was 
adopted. 

7. Dr. Silver introduced Gregory and Diana Raines, new pastor and wife, 
of West Hill Baptist Church who has come into the Association since the 
July meeting. 

8. Moderator Denton called attention to the report of the Executive 
Committee listed on page 10 of the Book of Reports and also a list of the 
Committees appointed by the Moderator as found on page 4. This report and 
committees were adopted. 

9. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "He Keeps Me 
Singing". 

10. Dr. Silver, chairman, presented the report of the Associational 
Council as given on page 16 of the Book of Reports. This report 
recommended that the quarterly meeting format be adopted. This report 
was adopted by the messengers. 

11. Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman of the Constitution Committee, presented 
the new proposed constitution for the Association as shown on pages 1 
through 8. This request was adopted at the July meeting. Rev. Hicks asked 
that everyone study the new Constitution and it would be voted on Tuesday 
night in the meeting at First Baptist Church of Burlington. 

12. The Coordinating Council as given on page 17-A of the Book of 
Reports was presented and adopted. 

13. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of at this 
meeting. During this time the clerk reported a registration of 100 
Messengers and 38 visitors for a total attendance registered of 138. 

14. Graham Rogers, treasurer, presented the treasurer's report as given 
on pages 25 and 26 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

15. Graham Rogers, treasurer, reported the following information on the 
sale of the house on Sycamore Street in Graham: 

Sale of House $45,000.00 

Plus Oil in Tank 71.66 

Total $45,071.66 

Less: Settlement Cost 3,640.00 

Less: Pay off first Lien 9,334.70 

Less: Miscellaneous Expense 78.00 

Net To The Association $32,018.96 

Less: Deposited in Operating Account 2,018.96 

Six Months Certificate at 9.841% interest to mature 

on February 18, 1980 $30,000.00 

Paid on Repairs to the House $7,729.93 

Less: Deposited in Operating Account 2,018.96 

Due to Operating Account from Certificte $5,710.97 

16. The messengers and visitors stood and sang the hymn "Stand Up, 
Stand Up For Jesus". ^g 



17. Lisa Macon, Ventriloquist, presented a program with her dummy 
companion '"Archie". 

18. The Doctrinal Sermon on Intercessory Prayer was preached by Rev. 
Charles Lemley, pastor of Mebane, First Baptist Church. 

19. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Dr. Carlton S. Prickett. 

Second Day, Tuesday October 23, 1979 
Burlington, First Baptist Church 

NIGHT SESSION 

20. Moderator Denton called the meeting to order at 7:00 P.M. 

21. Dr. Dale O. Steele, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and then 
led in a devotional period. 

22. Jack Watson, Chairman, presented the Nominating Committee 
report as listed on page 3 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

23. James Dunn, Chairman, presented the Committee on Committees 
report as listed on pages 4 and 5 of the Book of Reports. This report was 
adopted. 

24. Johnny Greene, Chairman, presented the Missions Committee report 
as listed on page 14 of the Book of Reports. This report had two 
recommendations: Begin a Baptist Student Union at Elon College and 
accept responsibility for sponsoring two Vietnamese families until they are 
self supporting. This report was adopted. 

25. Joe Hicks, Chairman, presented the proposed constitution, as 
presented Monday night at Glen Hope Church, for adoption. Rev. Hicks 
recommended three minor changes to be made before the adoption. The 
proposed Constitution, with these three changes, was unamiously adopted 
by the messengers. 

26. Terrell Duncan presented the new Associational Budget for the 
coming year as shown on page 27 of the Book of Reports. This budget was 
approved. 

27. The hymn "I Love To Tell The Story" was sung by those in 
attendance. 

28. Rev. Curtis Tyler introduced Miss Olive Jenkins, Harpist, who 
rendered a Mini-Concert. 

29. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of at this 
session. 

30. There were no Convention representatives present. 

31. The Associational office personnel was recognized by the moderator. 

32. Certificates of Appreciation were given to the Moderator Dr. Thomas 
Denton and the clerk Freeman Cooper. 

33. Dr. Dale Steele presented thoughts on working with the mentally 
retarded titled "Light Up A Life". 

34. Tom Hill introduced Sanford Fitzsimmons, of the Home Mission 
Board, who showed slides and spoke on Mission Work in the Bronx, New 
York. 

35. James Dunn, Chairman of the Committee on Committees, stated that 
in approving the new Constitution the messengers approved two new 
Committees: Personnel Committee and the Campus Ministry Committee. 
Chairman Dunn then recommended the members to serve on these 
committees and they were accepted by the messengers. These committees 
are listed elsewhere in the Minutes. 

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36. Special Music was rendered by Miss Judy Ritchie, Minister of Music 
for Graham, First Baptist Church. 

37. The Annual Sermon was preached by Rev. Kenneth Simpson, pastor 
of Fellowship Baptist Church. 

38. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Simpson. 

Third Day, Wednesday October 24, 1979 
Cane Creek Baptist Church 

MORNING SESSION 

39. Thomas M. Denton, Moderator, called the session to order at 9:25 
A.M. 

40. Rev. Harold Dodson, host pastor, welcomed all in attendance and 
then led in a devotional period. 

41. The hymn "Blessed Assurance, Jesus Is Mine" was sung by all in 
attendance. 

42. Dr. Gene Akins, of Kinnett Memorial Church, led in prayer. 

43. Jim Hallsey presented the Sunday School Report as shown on page 
1 1 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

44. Mrs. Louise Booth presented the WMU report as shown on pages 7,8, 
and 9 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

45. The Moderator presented the Brotherhood report as shown on page 
11 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

46. Rev. Larry Thompson presented the Music Committee report as 
shown on page 12 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

47. Steve Hearne presented the Youth Report as shown on page 13 of the 
Book of Reports and was adopted. 

48. All in attendance stood and sang the hymn "There Is A Name I Love 
To Hear". 

49. The Moderator presented the report of the Evangelism committee as 
shown on page 15 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

50. George Shore, of Raleigh, presented a Certificate of Leadership to our 
Director of Missions, J. Howard Silver, from the Home Mission Board. 

5 1 . Dr. Roy Taylor presented the report of the Ordinations Committee as 
shown on page 15 of the Book of Reports and was adopted. 

52. A memorial to the membership in our churches deceased during the 
past year was conducted by Miss Lenna Rudd. Miss Rudd moved that the 
1979 Minutes of the Association be dedicted to the entire dead in our 
Association this past year. This was adopted. 

53. Rev. E.L. Epperson presented the report of the Time, Place, and 
Preacher committee as shown on page 24 of the Book of Reports and was 
adopted. 

54. There was no miscellaneous business for this session. The clerk 
reported the total attendance for the three sessions was 344 messengers and 
102 visitors for a total attendance of 446. 

55. Charles Hodges spoke on the Baptist Children's Homes, the 
Emergency Homes, the Frontiersman program and future programs of the 
Children's Homes. 

56. Dr. Reginald Carter spoke on the facilities, people, needs, and goals of 
our Baptist Hospital. 

57. Rev. Robert Pierce presented the report of the Resolutions Committee 
which had three resolutions and is shown elsewhere in the Minutes. This 

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report was adopted. 

58. Special Music "Share His Love" was rendered by Rev. Larry 
Thompson with the congregation joining in on the chorus. 

59. The Director of Missions gave his report as hsted on pages 6 and 7 of 
the Book of Reports. 

60. Richard McBride brought greetings from Gardner-Webb College and 
the other Baptist colleges in the State. 

61. The session was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Greg Raines, pastor 
of West Hill Baptist Church. 



Reports 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS REPORT 

Being Director of Missions of our Association is an entirely new 
dimension of ministry for me. While some of my gifts, abilities, and 
experience as a Pastor were readily adaptable to the Associational setting, 
the past seven and one-half months have been a time of adjusting, learning, 
and growing. That there is still much work for me to do in these areas needs 
hardly to be said. However, I am eager to learn, and I am grateful for your 
confidence in me and for your cooperation and patience with me. 

Not a little of my time and thought have been invested in an attempt to 
gain a broader understanding of and a deeper appreciation for Baptist 
Associations. The most graphic definition of a Baptist Association that I 
know is: "Churches in fellowship on mission in their setting." This 
definition provides the context for my first report as your Director of 
Missions. 

Essentially, fellowship is living out the reality of our oneness in Christ 
Jesus. It is more than cooperation among our churches; it is commitment to 
one another in mutual care and concern. Merely to be organized into an 
Association or to cooperate with each other is not necessarily to be in 
fellowship. Fellowship expresses itself most vividly and vitally when we 
become to each other what someone has described as, "The love of God with 
skin on." To this end let us devote ourselves, realizing that if we fail to 
nurture and enhance genuine fellowship among ourselves and our churches 
we have missed the essence of what it means to be an Association. 

The quarterly meetings and new organizational structure which are 
being recommended in constitutional form will serve us well to this end. I 
hope that you will sense their value and approve them. 

Being in fellowship as a group of churches is inherent in our nature as an 
Association, and being on mission together is our common task. This 
common task calls us to match our resouces with our responsibilities, and it 
authenticates our cooperative efforts. 

From my perspective numerous worthy objectives for Associational 
missions beckon us. The need to enlarge the Associational office or to 
relocate it in order to serve our churches better is not new. Nevertheless, it is 
a real need that deserves our careful attention. Consideration must be given 
also to finding a permanent location for our Emergency Care Home within 
the next three years. Bold Missions must remain vivid in our imaginations "' 
and central to our commitments. 

At least two new opportunities for ministry challenge us. A door has 
opened to us on the campus of Elon College where, with your cooperation 

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and support, we may offer a meaningful ministry to students who come 
from Baptist backgrounds. Then there is the urgent appeal from our Home 
Mission Board to sponsor one or more Vietnamese refugee families. This 
appeal should not go unheeded. We have the resources as an Association to 
relieve the suffering of some of these people. 

A whole new area of ministry called "Human Enrichment" is just 
beginning to emerge. Some of its vital aspects are marriage, family, and 
personal enrichment. As an Association we should be alert to the 
possibilities of this new field of ministry. 

To emerge soon among North Carolina Baptists is a special ministry to 
mentally retarded persons. Given Mount Zion*s history of being willing to' 
venture at the expense of some risk, and given Alamance and Orange 
counties' excellent resources and sensitivity to this vital area of human 
concern, I call upon us to be instrumental in leading the way for this needed 
ministry by being open to participating in a pilot project if we have the 
opportunity. 

To be in fellowship and to be on mission together are basic to our nature 
and calling as an Association. Our setting for ministry, then, is the area of 
our Association. While it is true that we are to be on mission to all the world, 
being on mission to all the world is different from being on mission in our 
setting. No amount of study, praying, giving, and sending alone will get the 
task done here in our Association. If it gets done, you and I must do it! THis 
means that you and I are to be the missionaries! And, as I understand it, this 
is Bold Mission Thrust in its most elementary form. 

The Association is the most viable means that Southern Baptist 
Churches have for offering a comprehensive ministry to their own area. No 
individual church is able to meet the number and variety of needs for 
ministry that exist in our area. Neither is the Baptist State Convention nor 
the Southern Baptist Convention able to do it. It can only be done if we, as 
an Association, join hearts, heads, and hands in fulfilling God's purpose for 
us. 

To this end I reaffirm my individual commitment. I invite you and your 
church to join me. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT 

For the second consecutive year the Association held quarterly 
meetings. Thus there were no meetings of the Executive Board. What 
follows, therefore, is a condensation of minutes of the January, April, and 
July meetings. 

The Association met on January 15, 1979 at Fellowship Church. Mr. 
Johnny Greene presented the Missions Committee's Report which 
recommended that Dr. J. Howard Silver, Pastor of Northside Baptist 
Church, be elected Director of Missions. Put in the form of a motion by Mr. 
Greene and being seconded. Dr. Silver was unanimously elected. Mr. 
Graham Rogers, Treasurer, noted that financial records of the Association 
had been audited and were in good order. Mr. Rogers, representing the 
Finance Committee, recommended that the salary and allowances for the 
Director of Missions be changed from $22,000 to $23,500. This 
recommendation was approved. Mr. James Dunn presented a report from 
the Properties Committee recommending that the house occupied by the 
former Director of Missions be sold after it had appraised by three qualified 
persons. This recommedation was approved. Mrs. Marvin Bradley gave the 
W.M.U. report, noting that the Annual Meeting was scheduled for March 

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20, 1979 at First Baptist Church of Burlington. Rev. Richard Everett from 
the Department of Evangelism of the Baptist State Convention brought a 
message on the "Doctrine of Salvation." Dr. Silver then spoke briefly to the 
messengers, and he and his family were greeted by those present. 

Riverside Baptist Church hosted the April meeting of the Association. 
Mr. Terrell Duncan, Chairman of the Finance Committee, presented two 
recommendations: 

(1) That the net proceeds from the sale of the house owned by the 
Association be placed in a capital account to be used for future capital 
projects as directed by the Association. 

(2) That the Director of Missions' salary be adjusted to accommodate an 
unforseen increase in his insurance premiums. 

Both recommendations were approved. Rev. Ondra Black, representing 
the Missions Committee, made two recommendations: 

(1) That Mrs. Reu Hudson be granted a year's leave of absence in order to 
serve in Volunteer Mission Work, and that her health insurance and 
retirement benefits be maintained by the Association. 

(2) That a vacation and sick leave policy for Associational Personnel, 
developed by the Missions Committee, be approved. 

Both recommendations were approved, and details of the sick leave and 
vacation policy are on file in the Associational office. Mrs. Lucille Nash, 
temporary office employee. Rev. Robert Pierce, new pastor at Bethel, and 
Rev. Bruce Martin, new pastor at Elon College, were introduced by the 
Director of Missions. Dr. Dale O'Steele, pastor of Burlington First Baptist 
Church, brought an inspiring message on Evangelism. Following his 
message, Dr. Steele gave the benediction. 

On July 16, 1979 the Association met with the Antioch Baptist Church, 
An important part of the meeting was a Key-Leadership Conference. Rev. 
Ondra Black moved that the Constitution Committee look into the 
rewriting of the Constitution and a report be brought at the October 
meeting. After receiving a second, the motion was approved. Mr. James 
Dunn of the Properties Committee gave a report indicating that the house 
on Sycamore Street in Graham had been renovated and was ready for sale. 
There were two prospective purchasers. Mrs. Louise Booth gave the W.M.U. 
Report and Rev. Steve Hearne gave a report on Youth Activities. The 
Treasurer's report was given and approved. Two new Pastors were 
introduced: James Hall at Nail Memorial and Paul West at Swepsonville. 
Rev. Cecil Seagle, Pastor of Mulberry Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C., 
brought an informative message on Church Growth and Development, 
after which the Rev. Wade Gainey, a member of Cross Roads Baptist 
Church, gave the benediction. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Accepting the job of Sunday School Director for the Association was 
certainly stepping out in faith for me. This is a first time effort on the 
Associational level. Due to a planned trip to Swaziland, Africa, I could not 
attend the training sessions at Ridgecrest in May. However, Mrs. Frances 
Martin most graciously stepped in to help me by attending in my place. 
Copies of all the training and promotional materials were gathered and 
turned over to me upon my return. Being overwhelmed with the abundance 
of material is an understatement of the year. We did, however, select a 
training module to use at the July 16 Associational meeting at Antioch 

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Church entitled, "Sunday School Program Emphasis." Upon a request 
from Mr. Loy at Swepsonville Church, the same presentation was made at 
the August Officers and Teachers Meeting. It is easy to see that we Southern 
Baptists lack not in promotional and training materials, however each 
church must decide what is most appropriate for their needs. I am available 
to assist you in evaluating your needs and in selecting what programs and 
training will best serve God in your lives. 

Over the past several decades, one approach has met with continued 
success in reaching people for Christ, and that is the Start-A-Class 
approach. The requirements are quite simple, select a capable, Motivated 
Teacher, add to that a similar minded Outreach Leader, and a prospect list. 
Through prayer, and the empowering of the Holy Spirit, a new class will 
develop and just as Jesus taught His disciples, we, too, can disciple eager 
learners into a closer walk with Jesus through these peculiar times of 
uncertainty and trial. 

Let me help you make and implement your plans for the exciting days 
ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jim Hallsey, Sunday School Director 

Telephone 226-8261 

o BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

We were very encouraged in our opportunity to visit and speak to so 
many of the Baptist Men meetings, and to see the attendance and 
enthusiasm of the men. For 1979-80 we would like to make the following 
recommendations: 

(1) To seek out and find an Associational Baptist Men Director. 

(2) To seek out and find an Associational Royal Ambassador Director. 

(3) To install a well-rounded Brotherhood program in every church in our 
Association that is willing to work with us. 

(4) To participate in mission projects, working together with all churches 
in the Association, 

There are others, but we realize that we must set goals that we can 
accomplish in a certain period of time. With the prayers and help from 
everyone in our Association, we know these goals can be accomplished. 

We would not let a year go by without commending some of our churches 
for their work with Baptist Men and Royal Ambassadors: 

Antioch Grove Park 

Burlington First Kinnett Memorial 

Graham First 

^^ Respectfully submitted. 

Chuck Surles 
Brotherhood Director 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

Our Constitution has been amended numerous times, almost annually, 
since 1964. These frequent amendments indicate a need to rewrite our 
Constitution. In addition to the frequent amendments, the new 
associational structure which was recommended at the one hundred ninth 

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annual session should be preserved in constitutional form. 

In view of these needs, the association, during meeting in July, 1979, 
requested that the Constitution Committee rewrite our Constitution. In 
keeping with this responsibility, the Constitution has been rewritten, and it 
is to be found in form of a proposed Constitution and Bylaws elsewhere in 
this Book of Advanced Reports. The committee recommends that the 
proposed Constitution be adopted. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
; Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman 

' Constitution Committee 



EMERGENCY CARE HOME REPORT 

In the year just concluded, fifty-one children and their families were 
served by our Emergency Care Home. A variety of services were rendered; 
including quality child care on a day-to-day basis, counseling, and working 
with families and custodians of the children toward a solution of the 
problems of child placement. It has been our greatest reward to see these 
families take the first step toward reuniting themselves with the help of the 
Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina and the Mt. Zion Association. 

There are many stories that come out of our encounters with families, 
court counselors, and social workers. Often, these stories are accompanied 
with deep emotional feeling that make Marie and me aware that there is a 
real need for the kind of ministry we offer. The support of the churches in the 
Mt. Zion Association and that of numerous individuals across the state 
make this ministry possible. Here's hoping that many more families can be 
served in the months and years ahead. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Fred and Marie Walther 
Houseparents 



ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL REPORT 

The Associational Council recommends that quarterly associational 
meetings become a permanent part of our associational structure. This 
recommendation is in keeping with the suggestions contained in the report 
of the Association Study Committee which was approved by the association 
at last year's October meeting. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Dr. J. Howard Silver, Chairman 

Associational Council 



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MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

The major objective of the Missions Committee since the last annual 
meeting has been the selection of a Director of Missions and the seeking of 
ways in which the Director could best be a leader of the programs and 
ministries. This has been accomplished while maintaining the standards 
you have demanded of us. 

The Emergency Home, the Puppet Ministry, the Coordination of 
Volunteers have flourished and we look forward to far greater ministries 
with increased support and participation. 

By mutual agreement with the Convention, and the Baptist Hospital, 
the Family Life Ministry has been terminated. All parties felt that the 
services were not being used to a great advantage and, since a comparable 
facility was available locally, it would be wise to discontinue the program. 

The Missions Committee looks forward, with your leadership, to 
becoming involved in enriching the lives of others at Elon College and those 
of displaced persons. To that end the Committee makes the following 
recommendations: 

(1) That Mount Zion Baptist Association begin a Baptist Student 
Ministry to the students on the campus of Elon College. This ministry is to 
be under the direction of an Associational Campus Ministry Committee and 
in cooperation with Campus and Youth Ministries Department of the 
Baptist State Convention. 

(2) That Mount Zion Baptist Association, in response to the appeal from 
our Home Mission Board, accept the responsibility for sponsoring two 
Vietnamese refugee families until they are able to be self-supporting. 

We solicit your prayers, your suggestions, and your participation in the 
greatest work in the world. 

Respectfully submitted, 
•^ i Johnny P. Greene 

vf' ^ V, Chairman 



ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

On four occasions the Ordination Committee of the Mt. Zion Baptist 
Association was called into session for the purpose of examining 
candidated for ordination. On March 18, the committee met with Mike 
Wilburn at First Baptist Church, Elon College. After much prayerful 
deliberation, the committee felt it could not recommend ordination at that 
time. On May 6, the committee met with Robert Ward Baker, First Baptist 
Church, Alamance. It was the unanimous decision of the committee to 
recommend ordination. On July 29, the committee met with James Hall, 
Nail Memorial Baptist Church. The committee recommended ordination. 
On September 9, the committee met with Gregory Allen Raines, West Hill 
Baptist Church. The committee recommended ordination. 

Respectfully Submitted, > 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 
Roy P. Taylor, Chairman 



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EVANGELISM COMMITTEE REPORT 

An important area of Bold Missions for our Association is the area of 
Evangelism. If the Mt. Zion Association is to double baptisms by 1982, there 
must be a significant change in the attitude of the church members of the 
Mt. Zion Association. There is no way for the pastors to double baptisms. 
The only way for baptisms to be doubled is for church members who are 
saved to present the plan of salvation to unsaved persons and lead them to 
make a commitment to Jesus Christ. 

A definition of evangelism has been suggested by the State Task Force 
on Evangelism meeting at the Caraway Conference Center. The definition 
is as follows: 

Evangelism is sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with non- 
Christian persons so that the lost are confronted with an opportunity, 
through the power of the Holy Spirit, to receive Jesus Christ by faith, 

■ as their Savior, from the guilt and power of sin; to love, know, and 
follow Him as their Lord, in the fellowship of the church, growing in 
maturit;y in Christ, in order to minister and witness in all the arenas 

, of life. : ,-..,-, ■;••::.-. ,- - ^;..- 

To carry out this work your Association has resources and leadership 
available. The Baptist State Convention multiplies these resources and 
leadership training sessions. 

The Youth Evangelism Teams and Youth Ministry Weeks at the North 
Carolina Baptist Assembly, the Youth Evangelism Night, the Renewal 
Evangelism Clinics and Lay Evangelism Schools, and a multitude of other 
opportunities are available. 

None of the resources will work until the attitude of the church member is 
changed. And only the Holy Spirit can do that. 

Your Evangelism Committee urges you to pray for the leadership of 
God's Holy Spirit working in the lives of church members of our Association 
in order that the Bold Mission goals can be met. 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
1978-79 

Woman's Missionary Union again reached the highest level of 
recognition for the past year. To be "Distinguished" requires work and 
cooperation. "Teach Missions: To Live, To Give" is the last of a three-year 
emphasis on improving the image and quality of mission study. Interwoven 
in all the plans of all the age-level activities were Mission Study, Mission 
Action, Direct Evangelism and Mission Support. 

We commend the following WMU organizations for their achievements 
in 1977-78: 

DISTINGUISHED ADVANCED MERIT 

Mebane First Antioch Altamahaw 

(11 consecutive years) Fairview Burlington First 

Glen Hope Cane Creek 

Grove Park Fellowship 

Hillsborough First Graham First 

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Hocutt Memorial Swepsonville 

Kinnett Memorial 

Moore's Chapel 

Northside 

West Hill 

The seventy-third Annual Session of Woman's Missionary Union met at 
Burlington First on March 20, 1979 with registration of 292 from 31 
churches. The missionary speaker was Rev. Zeb Moss of Kenya. Other guest 
speakers were Ricky and Carolyn Faulk, Mrs. Gary Miller, Miss Annie Ivey, 
and Dr. Howard Silver. The next Annual meeting is March 18, 1980 at 
Hillsborough First. 

This year we welcomed home Betty Ann Mincey, Journeyman to 
Nigeria, and said goodbye to Sharon and Charles Knight and family as 
they left for language study in France. Their address is: 1 Allee Francois 
Sicard, Residence Gallardon, Apartment No. 305, 37170 Chambray-Les- 
Tours, France. We are waiting and praying with Carolyn and Ricky Faulk 
at Mebane First. They have been accepted by the Foreign Mission Board 
under the VIM program and expect to be assigned soon. THIS IS BOLD 
MISSIONS! In Annual Session two years ago a plan was adopted by our 
Southern Baptist Convention to enlist by 1982 1,000 home and foreign 
career missionaries, and by the turn of the century to have 5,000 career 
missionaries serving on a mission field. To accomplish this goal, volunteers 
are needed on a career as well as short-term basis. If you cannot apply for 
service, you can become a sponsor by writing for a Sponsor Commitment 
Form from Mission Service Corps, SBC, P.O. Box 7203, Atlanta, Georgia 
38309. 

Throughout the new year 1979-80, all age-level organizations zero in on 
various aspects of Christian lifestyle and suggest ways of making life- 
changing commitments. 

, : Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr. 
r Associational WMU 



Seventy-third Annual Session 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Mt. Zion Baptist Association 

THEME 

"BOLD MISSIONS: GROWING-GOING-GIVING" 

First Baptist Church 

Burlington, N.C. 

March 20, 1979 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr., Presiding 

AFTERNOON SESSION 
5:00 P.M. 

Organ Prelude 

Invocation Dr. Dale Steele 

Hymn: The Women's Hymn 

Welcome Mrs. Frank Mayo 

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Business 

Recognitions Miss Beverly Alford 

Place Committee Mrs. Harry Brown 

Election of Officers Mrs. Wayne Humble 

Age-Level Reports "Teach Missions, To Give, To Live" 

Hymn: 'To God Be The Glory" No. 41 

BOLD MISSIONS: GROWING-GOING-GIVING 

Family Involvement Ricky and Carolyn Faulk 

Church Involvement Mrs. Gary Miller 

Association Involvement Dr. J. Howard Silver 

Individual Involvement Miss Annie Ivey 

Call To Prayer Mrs. H.D. Booth 

SUPPER 6:30 P.M. 

EVENING SESSION 
7:30 P.M. 

Organ Prelude 

Hymn: "O Zion Haste"...................;...........; No. 451 

BWYITC Mrs. C. Frank Kelly 

Recognition of Pastors and Wives Dr. and Mrs. Silver 

Dedicatory Prayer Dr. Silver 

Hymn: "Lead On, O King Eternal" No. 417 

Offering 

Mission Moments Dr. James Ballard 

Special Music Burlington, First 

Message From Kenya Rev. Zeb Moss 

Benediction Dr. Eugene Akins 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

TREASURER'S REPORT 
MARCH 1978 - FEBRUARY 1979 

Balance Brought Forward $ 834.57 

Receipts: 

Promotional Fund 1977-78 7 Churches $ 69.00 

Promotional Fund 1978-79 31 Churches 547.50 

Annual Meeting Offering 159.53 

leadership Conference 1978 Offering 124.87 

Collection for Books, ''Magnificent Nobility" 41.00 

Collection for Books, "WMU Work In A Church" 13.50 

Check Issued To Replace Check Lost-$25.00 

Added to Balance 25.00 

Refund on Rev. McMillan's Reception-For 

Supplies Not Used 10.86 

Refund on Rev. McMillan's Reception-From 

Association for Portion of Supplies Used 12.58 

Total Receipts $1,003.84 

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Grand Total $ 1,838.41 

Disbursements 1,191.83 

Bank Balance (As of 2-28-79) 646.58 



DISBURSEMENTS 
MARCH 1978 — FEBRUARY 1979 

Baptist Women .85.00 

Baptist Young Women (Picnic) 29.84 

Acteens (Officers' Training, April Meeting) 95.00 

Girls In Action (Sleep-In, Leadership Conference) 56.95 

Mission Friends 

WMU Workshop-Mundo Vista 168.55 

State Convention (Director's Expenses) 25.00 

Ridgecrest 1978 (Directors' Expenses) 150.00 

Ridgecrest 1979 (Registration Fees to be Reimbursed) 180.00 

Sunday School Board (Age-Level Supplies) 37.86 

WMU Annual Meeting 1978 (Speaker & SuppKes) 87.01 

WMU Annual Meeting 1979 (SuppHes) 31.79 

Secretary-Treasurer-Director's Supplies (Postage, Paper, Zerox 

Copies, etc.) 85.24 

Books: "Magnificent NobiHty" 30.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Rev. McMillan's Gift and Reception, Flowers, Cards, 

Gifts for Council Members, Sick or in Case of Death 131.59 

, ,: ,■ i . , $ 1,191.83 



CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES REPORT 

This year our Volunteer Program has worked in several different areas. 
One Baptist Young Women group started a tutoring program and one 
member of that group went every week to help a child with an area in which 
special help was needed. Different groups also went into the Emergency 
Home and assisted with crafts and baking to help the children celebrate 
special holidays. 

Baptist Student Union was begun during the year and is still going on. It 
is a small BSU, but some needs are being met on the Elon College Campus. 

We had a voice on the Graham Prison Advisory Committee. The 
Committee is moving slowly, however Mount Zion is a part of the process. 

Many people called and responded to the Volunteer Program and as a 
result, lives have been touched with the spirit and love of God. We hope 
more people will become involved with the Volunteer Program. God 
commands us to love our neighbor and a good way they can see His love is 
through our involvement. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Brenda Beam 
Volunteer Coordinator 



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YOUTH REPORT 

On August 17, 1979, a group from our Association attended the Youth 
EvangeHsm Night at the Greensboro CoHseum. Several churches were 
represented as we took two busloads to the service. Immediately following 
the service, 110 Youth and Leaders attended a showing of the film, 
''Deceived." There was also a time of food and fellowship. I believe these 
events were very helpful and informative for our Youth and I am looking 
forward to future events together. 

; ; Respectfully submitted, 

Steve Hearne 
Youth Coordinator 



BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 

Children in the care of the Baptist Children's Homes are like children 
anywhere you find them. They are looking to and receiving guidance from 
caring adults, their minds are being enriched in appropriate educational 
development, their spiritual needs are being attended, they are happily at 
play and they are contributing to the lives of the people close to them. Many 
of them are finding it possible to become a part of a reestablished family 
because the important relatives in their lives are served by the Children's 
Homes while the child is in care. 

There is a continuing need in our society for existing programs of service. 
Flexibility and change are the order of the day for the Baptist Children's 
Homes to meet whatever human need is expressed as the family confronts 
societal pressures. This is a real challenge. 

Piedmont North Carolina families have ready access to statewide 
services offered by the Baptist Children's Homes. The institutions' 
administrative offices are located in Thomasville and provide a supportive 
resource. Mills Home is located there as well to offer group care, social work, 
counsel, education, religious training and referral. 

A Family Services Center headquartered in Charlotte and serving eight 
surrounding counties has successfully piloted the concept of community 
based services and is another resource in emergency care to all the 
piedmont. The piedmont also has an emergency care center in Burlington, a 
specialized program at Wall Home, foster homes services, the Child 
Development Center at Mills Home, and other family education services 
available to all of North Carolina. 

Every effort is being made to be a part of and cooperate with the Bold 
Missions program of advance fostered by the Baptist State Convention in 
cooperation with the local church. 

An indepth, comprehensive self-study of every segment of the Baptist 
Children's Homes is just being concluded by the institution's trustees. The 
study has taken two years and projects the future direction of the Homes 
over the next decades. 

A major portion of the 1978-79 operating budget of the Homes comes 
from the local church through the Cooperative Program, Special Gifts and 
the traditional Thanksgiving Offering. This has helped make it possible to 
operate thus far this year within income. We are prayerfully concerned, and 
optimistic, that sufficient funds will continue to come to provide needed 
services to families and children. „^ 



Pastors, other church leaders, and Association leaders are asking for 
help in ministering to families. Services of the Homes are being localized as 
rapidly as possible in order to join hands with these concerned people. 



MUSIC REPORT 

Music is a vital part of the church's ministry as well as the Association. 
During the past year, we have had four sessions to which the Music 
Directors have been invited. These have been very helpful as we have some 
ideas now that will help us to progress in our Associationai Music Ministry. 

Two things that particularly interest us are (1) we plan to set up a zone 
system in our Association where there will be a man or woman who 
contacts four or five churches about our meetings, encourages attendance 
and will help to find out the needs of these churches and get helps for them 
where they are needed, and (2) we plan to start a library of cantatas and 
other music that churches have found helpful and will be willing to place in 
the library. This music will be placed in the Associationai office in order 
that it may be loaned out for a certain period of time. THis will help those 
churches that find it difficult to purchase music at its high cost, and we hope 
will provide a selection of good music for our churches. 

Many pointers on what can be done as an Association were brought 
before the Music Directors at the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest. 
One thing we hope to put into practice is a talent survey of the churches in 
our Association to find out about people who are instrumentalists, special 
groups, etc. that could be used not only in their own church but throughout 
the Association. We are aware of the talents in our churches and wish to put 
them to use. 

May I encourage the churches to send their music leaders to the many 
training opportunities offered to them each year. Opportunities for training 
are available for volunteer music leaders at Camp Caraway, and Music 
Weeks at Ridgecrest and North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Caswell. 

One note of encouragement is that while many of our programs across 
our state have declined over the past year, music enrollment continues to 
increase. 

We look forward to a good year and hopefully a real encouraging year in 
the music work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry Thompson, Director 
Associationai Music 

TIME, PLACE, AND PREACHER COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Time, Place and Preacher Committee recommends that the 111th 
Annual Meeting of the Mount Zion Baptist Association be held Monday, 
October 20, Tuesday, October 21, and Wednesday, October 22, 1980. 

The Committee recommends that the Monday evening session be held at 
Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church, Burlington, the Tuesday evening session 
at First Baptist Church, Mebane, and the Wednesday morning session at 
Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church, Burlington. 

The Committee further recommends that the annual sermon be brought 
by Dr. James Ballard, with Rev. Larry Harper as alternate, and that Rev. 

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Curtis Oakley will deliver the doctrinal message with Rev. J. Monty Fox 
serving as alternate. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Lemley, Chairman 

Time, Place, and Preacher Committee 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

RESOLUTION NO. 1: 

Whereas, the seminaries of our Southern Baptist Convention have long 
been instrumental in the preparation of God-called persons for Christian 
ministry, and 

Whereas, these seminaries have, at times, been the object of undue 
criticism, 

Therefore be it Resolved, that we, the membership of the Mount Zion 
Baptist Association, will affirm our support for the seminaries, as they 
endeavor to glorify Christ through the ministry of providing prosessional 
training for the Christian ministry. 
RESOLUTION NO. 2: 

Whereas, Wake Forest University has been an important institution in 
the lives of North Carolina Baptists since its birth in 1834, and 

Whereas, the relationship of the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina to Wake Forest University has been the subject of much discussion 
and, indeed, controversy, and 

Whereas, the subject regarding the relationship of the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina to Wake Forest University is sure to be a 
significant issue in the upcoming meeting of the Baptist State Convention 
of North Carolina, to be held in Winston-Salem on November 12-14, 

Therefore be it Resolved, that we, the membership of the Mount Zion 
Baptist Association, will dutifully and faithfully engage in prayer for the 
appropriate handling of this delicate issue. 

Be it further RESOLVED, that we, the membership of the Mount Zion 
Baptist Association, will not be lax in our efforts to see that all such 
business of which we are a part, be conducted in accordance with Christian 
principles, seeking only to bring honor and glory to the name of our Lord 
and Savior Jesus Christ. 

RESOLUTION NO. 3: 

Whereas, this 110th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist 
Association has been graciously and warmly received by the Glen Hope 
Baptist Church, the First Baptist Church of Burlington, and the Cane Creek 
Baptist Church, and whereas this Association of churches has been led by 
verv capable leadership: 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE EXPRESS OUR SINCERE 
APPRECIATION 

(1) to these host churches and their leaders for their hospitality and the 
use of their facilities; 

(2) to our Moderator, Tom Denton, and the other Associational officers 
for providing leadership throughout the session; 

(3) to the various committees, speakers, and musicians who lent their 
special gifts to the session and its success; 

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(4) to our Director of Missions, Howard Silver, for his capable and 
dedicated leadership in the work of the Association; 

(5) to Reu Hudson, Administrative Assistant, and Edna Smith, and 
Lucille Nash, of the Associational office, for their cooperation with and 
assistance to the churches of this Association. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Rev. Robert F. Pierce, Jr., Chairman 



DIGESTOFl.ETTi^RS^1978 - 79 



Member- 
Baptisms ship 



Members 

Per 
Baptism 



Gifts 
Total Per 
Gifts Memb. 



Total % Gifts 
Mission To 
Gifts Miss. 



Alamance 6 262 

Altamahaw 11 600 

Antioch 14 412 

Bethel 207 

Brookwood 2 167 

Burlington, 1st 11 1516 

Calvary 

Cane Creek 233 

City Lake 182 

Colonial Hills 66 

Cross Roads 17 259 

Eastlawn 14 442 

Edgewood 187 

Elon College 4 307 

Fairview 4 215 

Fellowship 8 218 

Glen Hope 4 924 

Glen Raven 7 216 

Glencoe 1 231 

Graham, First 19 1191 

Grove Park 20 1002 

Haw River 2 365 

Hillsborough, 1st 12 445 

Hocutt Memorial 4 645 

Holly Hill 12 287 

Kinnett Memorial 5 485 

Mars Hill 7 256 

McDuffie Memorial 2 126 

Mebane, First 9 649 

Moore's Chapel 9 281 

Mount Adar 86 

Mount Zion 10 285 

Nail Memorial 7 144 

New Hope 

North Graham 37 143 

Northside 4 383 

Oak Grove 170 



44 
55 
29 

84 
138 



15 
32 

77 
54 
27 

231 
31 

231 
63 
50 

183 
37 

161 
24 
97 
37 
63 
72 
31 

29 
21 

4 
96 



$45,501 
89,507 
54,121 
18,112 
31,003 

411,541 

34,462 
30,577 
19,713 
24,417 
57,944 
28,410 
49,965 
26,271 
36,035 

201,391 
52,535 
15,087 

167,908 

209,533 
53,418 
97,328 
97,011 
88,875 
66,581 
49,303 
22,348 

122,282 
42,047 
24,144 
51,978 
26,000 

29,361 
65,324 

33,131 



$174 
149 
131 
87 
186 
271 

148 
168 
299 

94 
131 
152 
163 
122 
165 
218 
243 

65 
141 
209 
146 
219 
150 
310 
137 
193 
177 
188 
150 
281 
182 
181 

205 

171 
195 



$7,084 
7,973 
7,334 
1,983 
2,859 

80,657 

7,446 

1,529 

1,635 

3,675 

3,766 

3,375 

1,819 

4,308 

4,837 

26,422 

5,067 

2,382 

44,079 

45,920 

6,625 

19,723 

21,596 

11,757 

8,525 

4,687 

2,239 

28,799 

5,533 

1.761 

14,354 

1,025 

1,043 
12,940 

2,145 



16 
9 

14 

11 
9 

20 

22 

5 

8 

15 

6 

12 
4 
16 
13 
13 
10 
16 
26 
22 
12 
20 
22 
13 
13 
10 
10 
24 
13 

28 
4 

4 

20 

6 



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Ossipee 4 

Riverside 6 

Swepsonville 5 

West Hill 

TOTALS 277 



192 


48 24,566 


128 


1,630 


7 


417 


70 84,481 


203 


13,917 


16 


420 


84 46,798 


111 


7,217 


15 


209 


21,039 


101 


634 


3 


,825 


54 $2,650,037 


179 


430,300 


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Total Baptisms - 277 (last year - 249) 

Total Membership - 14825 (last year - 14608) 

In Association it took 54 members to baptize one (last year 59) 

Average Gifts Per Members - $179 (last year $163) 

Average Gifts to Missions was 16% of Total Gifts (last year 179 



REPORTS OF RECEIPTS 
Quarter Ending September 30, 1979 



Church 



Alamance 

Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 

Burlington First 

Calvary 

Cane Creek 

City Lake 

Colonial Hills 

Cross Roads 

Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon First 

Fairview 

Fellowship 

Glencoe 

Glen Hope 

Glen Raven 

Graham First 

Grove Park 

Haw River 

Hillsborough First 

Hocutt Memorial 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett 

Mars Hill 

McDuffie 

Mebane First 

Moore's Chapel 

Mt. Adar 

Mt. Zion 

Nail Memorial „ 



Gifts: 


Gifts ] 


Emergency 


July-Sept. 


To Date 


Home 


$ 300.00 


$ 304.42 




490.00 


1,365.00 


$ 140.00 


255.00 


765.00 




100.00 


300.00 




227.43 


709.28 


113.72 


1,000.00 


3,000.00 




275.00 


412.50 




58.00 


112.00 




52.89 


99.80 




110.00 


318.50 




78.54 


433.23 




100.05 


300.15 




300.00 


600.00 




73.66 


337.89 




299.73 


527.97 




206.10 


553.00 




1,102.50 


3,307.50 






20.00 


60.00 


1,020.00 


3,060.00 




937.50 


2,887.50 




333.30 


583.33 




796.75 


1,171.75 




375.00 


1,000.00 




110.00 


835.00 


25.00 


650.01 


2,321.50 




202.00 


606.30 




150.00 


450.00 




533.32 


1,200.01 




90.00 


270.00 




175.00 


262.50 




313.00 


991.00 





New Hope 

North Graham 

Northside 

Oak Grove .... 

Ossipee 

Riverside 

Swepsonville . . 
West Hill 



N.C. Convention 

Supplies and Refunds 
Designated Income. . . 
Other Income 



30.00 


90.00 


73.59 


202.85 


408.79 


1,516.89 


64.00 


149.00 


226.02 


581.66 


132.54 


454.40 


270.00 


810.00 


41.61 


41.61 


1,961.33 


$32,951.54 


225.00 


675.00 


89.66 


930.59 


2,634.28 


13,278.61 




101.50 


2,948.94 


$14,985.70 



64.20 
47.90 



$450.82 



Designated (July - Sept). 

Emer. Home 450.82 

Misc. Designations 2,183.46 

$ 2,634.28 



Capital Improvement Account 

Brought Forward $476.99 

Interest 6.35 

Balance $483.34 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
Quarter Ending September 30, 1979 



Item 1979 Bud. 

I. Education and Promotion, Sun. School, 
WMU, Ch. Training, B'hood, Music, 



July-Sept. 
Expend. 



To Date 



Evang., Audio Vis., Mission Prom. 



$2,440.00 $ 416.93 $ 785.36 



II. Associational 

1. Office Operation 1,320.00 

a. Purchase for Churches 

2. Office Utilities 1,300.00 

3. Telephone 1,350.00 

4. Postage 1,000.00 

5. Equipment Maintenance 400.00 

6. New Equipment 582.00 

7. Printing of Minutes 150.00 

8. Auditing and Bonding 80.00 

9. Insurance and Maintenance 1,245.00 

10. Annual Session 600.00 

$8,027.00 

III. Salaries and Allowances 

1. Director of Missions 22,000.00 

2. Car Allowances and Utilities 

3. Medical Insurance 

4. Conventions and Assemblies 

5. Secretary-Associate 8,600.00 

6. Car Allowance 1,000.00 

7. Insurance 700.00 

8. Secretry-Bookkeeper 5,600.00 

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852.53 
89.66 
195.14 
281.61 
253.77 
21.55 
193.11 



366.00 

319.76 

$2,573.13 

2,520.67 

1,949.94 
326.27 
499.98 

2,150,04 
250.04 
167.82 

1,406.99 



2,353.60 
907.81 

1,104.68 
862.97 
621.72 
155.89 
409.11 

.: 825.96 

366.00 

524.76 

)8,132.50 

6.046.19 

4,549.86 

826.22 

1,166.62 

6,450.02 

750.00 

498.75 

3,501.40 



9. Janitor 900.00 225.00 675.00 

10. Treasurer's Salary 300.00 75.00 225.00 

11. Treasurer's Car Allowance 50.00 12.50 37.50 

12. Clerk's Salary 300.00 75.00 225.00 

13. Clerk's Car Allowance 50.00 12.50 37.50 

14. Historian 25.00 

15. Annuity (Dir. and Secretary) 1,250.00 300.06 

16. Retirement for Director 200.00 

17. Social Security 1,600.00 186.03 

18. Love Gifts and Flowers 200.00 

$42,575.00 $10,357.84 $27,244.55 
IV. Associational Ministries, Youth and 
Family Service, Family Life Prog., 
Emer. Car, Summer Min., World 

Missions Conference 6,690.00 1,487.82 13,428.27 



1,450.14 
200.00 
605.35 



V. Debt Retirement 



1,200.00 



99.95 



699.65 



Breakdown of Assoc. Min. Expenditures 

(July-Sept.) (To Date) 

Emer. Home . . . 1,112.82 2,744.14 

Family Life Min 830.00 

Des. Expend 8,729.13 

Vol. Coordin. ... 375.00 1,125.00 

1,487.82 13,428.27 



Bal. on Hand, 6/30/79 . . .$1,085.14 

Receipts July-Sept 14,910.27 

Total 15,995.41 

Expend. Julv-Sept 14,935.67 

Bal. on Hand, 9/30/79 . . .$1,059.74 



MT. ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1980 



ITEM 

I. Education and Promotion: Sunday School, 

WMU, Church Training, Brotherhood, 
Evangelism, Music, Youth, Audio Visuals, 
Missions, Promotion 

II. Associational 

1. Office Operation 

2. Office Utilities 

3. Telephone 

4. Postage 

5. Equipment Maintenance 

6. New Equipment 

7. Printing of Minutes 

8. Auditing and Bonding 

9. Insurance and Maintenance 

10. Lawn Care 

11. Associational Meetings (Quarterly) 



III. Salaries and Allowances r 
1. Director of Missions 

a. Car Allowance and Utilities . 

b. Medical Insurance 

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PROPOSED 


1979 


1980 


BUDGET 


BUDGET 


$ 2,440.00 


$ 3,850.00 


1,320.00 


1,500.00 


1,300.00 


1,125.00 


1,350.00 


1,300.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


400.00 


450.00 


582.00 


1,950.00 


150.00 


850.00 


80.00 


80.00 


1,245.00 


600.00 




200.00 


600.00 


1,000.00 


$ 8.027.00 


$10,055.00 



23,500.00 25,615.00 



Conventions and Assemblies 

d. Annuity/Retirement 

2. Secretary-Associate 8,600.00 

a. Car Allowance 1,000.00 

b. Insurance 700.00 

c. Annuity 800.00 

3. Secretary-Bookkeeper 5,600.00 

4. Janitor 900.00 

5. Salary Adjustments for Staff/Personnel 

6. Treasurer's Salary 300.00 

a. Car Allowance 50.00 

7. Clerk's Salary 300.00 

a. Car Allowance 50.00 

8. Historian (Honorarium) 25.00 

9. Social Security 800.00 

10. Love Gifts and Flowers 200.00 

$42,825.00 

IV. Associational Ministries: Emergency Care, 
Family Life, Puppet, Vol. Coordinator, Campus, 
Refugee Sponsorship 6,690.00 

V. Debt Retirement 1,200.00 

TOTAL BUDGET $61,182.00 



8,600.00 

1,000.00 

700.00 

800.00 

5,600.00 

720.00 

1,500.00 

300.00 

50.00 

300.00 

50.00 

25.00 

800.00 

200.00 

$46,260.00 



7,825.00 



$67,990.00 



DISTRIBUTION OF MINUTES 



CHURCH 

Alamance, First 

Altamahaw 

Antioch 

Bethel 

Brookwood 

Burlington, First 

Calvary 

Cane Creek 

City Lake 

Colonial Hills 

Cross Roads 

Eastlawn 

Edgewood 

Elon College, First 

Fairview 

Fellowship 

Glen Hope 

Glen Raven 

Glencoe 

Graham, First 

Grove Park 

Haw River, First 

Hillsborough, First .^ 



NO. OF 




MINUTES 


MONEY SPENT 


"■':■: 2- 


$ 5.00 


12 


30.00 


2 


5.00 


2 


5.00 


25 


62.50 


4 


■ . 10.00 


2 
2 
6. 


; 5.00 


15.00 


10 


25.00 


2 


5.00 


■ -.;■••■. 2 


5.00 


■ . -4 


10.00 


- 3 


7.50 


20 


50.00 


10 


25.00 


10. 


25.00 


15 


37.00 


24 


60.00 



7 


17.50 


16 


40.00 


2 


5.00 


10 


25.00 


6 


15.00 


10 


25.00 


3 


7.50 


5 


12.50 


5 


12.50 


10 


25.00 


15 


37.50 


5 


12.50 


3 


7.50 



Hocutt Memorial 35 87.50 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett Memorial 

Mars Hill C 

McDuffie Memorial 

Mebane, First 

Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount Zion 

Nail Memorial ' 

New Hope 

North Graham 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Ossipee 

Riverside 

Swepsonville 

West Hill ■ : 

TOTAL 289 $ 717.00 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 



Members of our churches in our Association who have gone to their 
heavenly reward since our last session are listed below: 

Alamance, First - Mrs. Alma D. Porterfoeld, Mrs. Esdah Troxler. 

Altamahaw - Mrs. Ben Winn, Mr. Billy Hathaway. 

Antioch - Mrs. Oma Gooch, Miss Maude Durham, Mrs. Ethel Whitfield, 

Mr. PhilHp Whitfield. 
Burlington, First - Mrs. C.P. Gladden, Mrs. B.B. Davis, Mr. B.F. Slate, 

Mrs. W.I. Undersood, Mrs. A.H. Jones, Mrs. W.C. Woodard, Mr. Fred 

Mullis, Mrs. Sam Ross, Sr., Mr. Marvin Mclver, Mrs. L.D. Perry, Sr. 
Cane Creek - Mr. W.A. Trollinger, deacon, Mr. Lindsey M. Lloyd, Mrs. 

Beulah A. Brewer, Mrs. Novella Pickard, Mr. Jack R. Felmet. 
City Lake - Mrs. EHzabeth P. Hurley, Claude T. Weatherford, deacon. 
Cross Roads - Mrs. Rose Irwin, Mrs. T.B. Ray, Mr. Warren Freeman. 
Elon College, First - Mrs. Theo Wall. 
Fellowship - Mr. George King, Trustee, Mr. R.W. Donaldson, deacon and 

charter member, Mr. WHitt Cox, deacon. 
Glen Hope - Mr. O.T. Martin, Mrs. A.J. Lewis, Miss Mamie Bland, Mrs. 

Nealie Murray, Mrs. Essie Lester, Mr. Joe Adkins. 
Glencoe - Mrs. Ella Swain, Mrs. Lorena Hurdle. 
Graham, First - Mr. Dewey May, Mrs. Virginia Hagwood, Mrs. Lilla 

Rogers, Mrs. Calladonia Dodson, Mrs. Evie Geanes, Mr. Steven 

Pryor, Mr. William E. Parrish, Mrs. Libby Allison, Dr. J.L. 

Johnson, deacon, Mr. Quenton Hall, Mr. Robert H. Minor, deacon, 

Mrs. Virginia Beaudry, Mr. Dan Blalock, Mrs. Mary James, Mrs. 

Mary Nicholson. 

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Grove Park - Mrs. Sarah B. Kilpatrick, Mrs. Annie Dodson, charter 

member. 
Haw River, First - Mr. Ben Clark, Mr. L.O. Harrington, Mrs. Ethel Neese 

Mrs. Minnie Terrell, Miss Lena Alexander, Mr. Otto Humphries. 
Hillsborough, 1st - Mrs. Emily Dodson Scott, Mrs. Elva Lee Crawford, 

Mr. CharHe Vincent, Mr. Arthur Crabtree, Mrs. Thelma Lloyd, Mrs. 

Lozie Watkins. 
Hocutt Memorial - Mr. Lonnie Brande, Mr. Robert Rice, Mrs. V.B. 

Splawn, Mrs. Gaynell Roach, Mrs. Eugene P. Moore, Mrs. Bessie 

Russell, Mr. Guy Miller, Mrs. C.L. Norwood. 
Kinnett Memorial - Mr. Robert Douglas, Mrs. Myrtle Hutchins. 
Mebane, First - Mrs. Lenora Norman, Mr. Willian A. Hobby, Mr. Cla- 
rence A. Scott, Mr. Arthur L. Fritts, Mr. Clarence G. Young, Mr. 

Herman H. Fox, Mrs. Charlie Williams, Mrs. Erma K. Wilkinson, 

Mr. James J. Lee, Jr., deacon and trustee. 
Moore's Chapel - Mrs. Mandy Davis, Little Ronnie Lankford, Mrs. 

Orpha Blackwell, Mrs. Ossie Thompson, Mrs. Dallie Haithcock. 
Mount Zion - Mrs. Catherine Moorefield, Mr. Homer L. Foster, deacon, 

Mrs. Cora Coble. 
Nail Memorial - Mr. Harvey Carter. 

North Graham - Mr. James G. Albright, Mrs. Rosa Lee Jones Edmonds. 
Northside - Mr. Frank Sawyer. 
Riverside - Mrs. Bessie Smith, Mrs. Lona Johnson. 
Swepsonville - Mrs. Kate Phillips, Mr. Gerald L. Johnson, deacon. 
West Hill - Mr. Seymore Richardson, Mrs. Emma Fields, Mrs. Nannie 

Turner. 

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MT. ZION CHURCHES 

Brief histories of Mt. Zion Churches are recorded in the Minutes of the 
years as herewith listed. The Association Historian suggests that every 
church in the Association have copies of the Associationai Minutes bound 
every ten years and keep them in the local church libraries. This will make 
the Minutes of the years available to all the churches, and those bound 
volumes will grow more valuable with each passing year. 

Although our Association has had Historians almost from the date of its 
organization, still the clerk was notable to find the history of any church 
recorded in the Minutes until 1921. Just why the sketches of other years 
were not recorded in the Minutes is inexplainable. 

At the 1874 session of the Association, it was decided to elect a historian 
annually, The Minutes of 1875 record that "The report of the Historian was 
adopted and ordered to be recorded in the "Books of Records of the 
Association." No trace of this book exists. The historical sketches from 1921 
are shown in Minutes as follows: 

1921 Sketch of the Association 

1922 Pleasant Grove Church (now Bells) 

1923 No report recorded 

1924 Graham Church 

1925 Yates Church 

1926 Bethesda Church 

1926 Robertson's Grove Church 

1927 Olive Branch Church 

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1928 Burlington, First Church 

1929 Temple Church 

1930 Antioch Church 

1931 Lystra Church 

1932 Berry's Church 

1933 Red Mountain Church 

1934 Angier Avenue Church 

1935 Mount Adar Church 

1936 Ephesus Church 

1937 Haw River Church 

1938 West Durham Church 

1939 Edgemont Church 

1940 Carrboro Church 

1941 Grace Church 

1942 Lakewood Church 

1943 Mebane Church 

1944 No Report Was Presented 

1945 Durham, First Church 

1945 Sketch of the Association, 1870-1902 

1946 Glencoe Church 

1947 Glen Hope Church 

1948 Mt. Herman Church 

1949 Cross Roads Church 

1950 Sketch of the Association 

1951 Cane Creek Baptist Church 

1952 Mt. Carmen Baptist Church 

1953 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1954 Hillsborough, First Baptist and Chapel Hill Baptist Church 

1955 Moore's Chapel Baptist Church 

1956 Antioch Baptist Church 

1957 Grove Park Baptist Church 

1958 Bethel Baptist Church 

1959 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1960 Northside Baptist Church 

1961 Haw River Baptist Church 

1962 West Hill Baptist Church 

1963 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Swepsonville Baptist Church 

1965 Mount Zion Association Sketch 1870-1965 

1966 Riverside Baptist Church 

1967 Oak Grove Baptist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church 

1968 Relocation of Fellowship Baptist Church 

1969 Elon College, First Baptist Church 

1970 Alamance, First Baptist Church and City Lake Baptist Church 

1971 Sketch of the Association 

1972 What Did We Do In 72? 

1973 Missions To See In 73 

1974 Our Baptist Emergency Home 

1975 What Does Missions Mean 

1976 Colonial Hills Baptist Church 

1977 A Specialized Ministry 

1978 Hind Sight 

1979 No Report Was Presented 

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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

Antioch Minister of Youth called to serve part time. 

A tape ministry for homebound initiated. 

Educational Building remodeled. 

Deacon Family Ministry Plan initiated. 

Fellowship Began weekly prayer and Bible study at Woodridge 

apartments for the elderly. 

Total debt paid on Church building and Property. 

Began construction of Sunday School rooms. 

Grove Park , Dedication of Arnoldsburg Southern Baptist 

Mission 6-24-79. 

Hillsborough, 1st Celebrated 125th anniversary in November 1978. A 

week long celebration was held and a good time was had by all. 

Holly Hill Debt on Church site paid off. 

New Associate Minister of Music and Youth was employed. 

Mebane, First Charles G. and Sharon Knight began full time 

Missionary work. 
Ricky and Carolyn Faulk dedicated life to voluntary involvement in 

Missions program. 
Moore's Chapel . . Observed 100th Anniversary of Church. Started radio 

ministry. 

Nail Memorial Organized as a Church and became a member of the 

Association. Called and ordained new pastor. 

Oak Grove New Sanctuary built and dedicated. 

Riverside Junior Church started in January 1979. 

West Hill Rev. Gregory Raines ordained on September 23, 1979. 

Church Directory 

'-■ ': MISSIONS 

CHURCH - Grove Park 

MISSION - Arnoldsburg 

PASTOR - Bill Scott 120 Oak St., Spencer, W. Va. 25276 

MINISTERS OTHER THAN REGULAR PASTORS 
IN THE ASSOCIATION 

Altamahaw .;.<■;■■;-:;.>..;■;,■ 

Jack Smithey, Altamahaw Lincensed 

Burlington, First 

Dr. C. S. Prickett, 703 Westbrook Dr., Burlington (R) Ordained 

Rev. Robert Councilman, 122 Glenwood Ave., Burlington (R) . . Ordained 
Cane Creek 

Harold L. Dodson, Rt. 1, Box 433, Graham ...... Licensed 

Colonial Hills 

Arthur Hill, Sr., Rt. 3, Box 395, Hillsborough Licensed 

Craig Hardee, Rt. 3, Box 391, Hillsborough Licensed 

Elon College, First 

Rev. Michael Wilborn, Box 1075, Elon College Ordained 

Fellowship 

Rev. J. M. Wright, 616 Ward Street, Graham Ordained 

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Glen Hope 

Rev. Robert Frazier, Missionary to New Guinea Ordained 

Glen Raven 

Frank Vickery, 2262 May Drive, Burlington Licensed 

Graham, First 

Dr. J. Howard Silver, 513 Alder St., Burlington (AW) Ordained 

Grove Park 

Rev. C. L. Abernethy, 226 Silverlake Dr., Burlington (R) Ordained 

Rev. Larry Hedrick, 960 Abbott, St., Henderson (O) Ordained 

David Morton, 1710 Sykes St., Burlington Licensed 

Hillsborough, First 

Reldue Scarlett, Rt. 3, Box 9, Hillsborough (R) Ordained 

Hoeutt Memorial 

Rev. J. M. Home, 1407 Garfield Rd., Burlington Ordained 

Rev. Robert Medlin, Rt. 1, 316 Laurie way, Haw River Ordained 

McDuffie Memorial 

Rev. J. David Atwater (CH) 

Moore's Chapel 

Jessie Raines, Rt. 2, Box 195, Mebane Licensed 

North Graham 

Billy Howell, 516 Ivey Road, Graham Licensed 

Oak Grove 

Rev. Paul Hester, Rt. 1, Wake Forest Ordained 

ASSISTANT PASTORS OR MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Altamahaw 

Rev. Ronald Coleman, Altamahaw Ass't Pastor 

Burlington, First 

Rev. David Goodroe, Box 2686, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Glen Hope 

Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Ave., Burlington Min. Educ. 

Graham, First 

Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorn Lane, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Grove Park 

Rev. Roby Linebarger, 322 Meadowbrook, Burlington Min. Educ. 

Holly Hill 

Alan Rilev Ass't Pastor 

Mars Hill 

Katherine Wilkerson, Rt. 1, Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

Mebane, First 

Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. 4, Box 563, Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

OTHER CHURCH STAFF 

Antioch 

Butch Nale, Rt. 5, Box 265, Chapel Hill Min. Youth 

Burlington, First 

Steve Rumley, Box 2686, Burlington Min. Youth 

Glen Hope 

Dianne Keck, 611-B Tracy Drive, Burhngton Min. Youth & Rec. 

Glen Raven 

Frank Vickery, 2262 May Drive, Burlington Min. Youth 

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Graham, First 

Mrs. Don Singletary, 1532 Rogers Rd., Graham Min. Youth 

Grove Park 

Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Road, Burlington Min. Youth 

Hillsborough, 1st 

Miss Anna Daniels, Box 734, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Colville, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill Min. Rec. 

Hocutt Memorial 

S. Z. Hearne, 2532 Hyde Street, BurHngton Min. Youth 

Holly Hill 

Alan Riley Min. Youth 

Kinnett Memorial 

Diane Wiggins, 2254 Lee Drive, BurHngton Min. Youth 

Mars Hill 

Roy Wilson, Hillsborough Min. Rec 

McDuffie Memorial 

Mary Anne Duncan, Rt. 4, Box 173, Chapel Hill Min. Rec. 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 
Church Name and Address 

Alamance, First Robert W. Baker, Brandon Street, Union, S.C. 

Elon College, 1st Rev. Michael Wilborn, Box 1075, Elon College 

Nail Memorial Rev. James L. Hall, Rt. 2, Box 391, Elon College 

West Hill Rev. Gregory A. Raines, 202 Jones Avenue, Hillsborough 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 
Church Name and Address 

Altamahaw James Hall, Rt. 2, Elon College 

Glen Raven . . . Doug Underwood, 318 W. Cooper Ave., W. Memphis Ark. 
Mars Hill Randy Tyler, Rt. 1, Hillsborough 

ORGANIST OR PIANIST 
Church Name and Address 

Alamance, First Mrs. Terry Harper, Box 106, Alamance 

Altamahaw Juanita Simmons, Rt. 1, Elon College 

Antioch Mrs. Ruth WilHams, Rt. 5, Chapel Hill 

Mrs. June Farrell, Rt. 5, Chapel Hill 
Miss Anne Heatherly, Rt. 5, Chapel Hill 
Bethel 

Brookwood Mrs. Geraidine Sharpe, 2612 W. Front St., Burlington 

Burlington, First Mrs. Melvin Holt, 333 Killcrest Avenue, Burlington 

Calvary 

Cane Creek Miss Rebecca Crawford, Rt. 1, Box 119, Chapel Hill 

City Lake Mrs. Doris Fisher, Rt. 5, Burlington 

Colonial Hills .... Miss Wanda Richardson, Rt. 3, Box 273, Hillsborough 
Cross Roads 

Eastlawn Becky Joyner, 1148 N. Sellars Mill Road, Burlington 

Edgewood Brenda Stewart, Rt. 4, Mebane 

Elon College, 1st Mrs. Wayne Hughes, Box 4068, Glen Raven 

Fairview Miss Ann Davis, Box 751, Hillsborough 

Fellowship Mrs. Debbie Isley, 1521 Whitsett St.,BurHngton 

Glen Hope Mrs. Iris Pennington, Box 403, Elon College 

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Glencoe Mrs. June Long, Rt. 2, Box 388, Elon College 

Graham, First Mrs. Peggy McSwain, Box 621, Graham 

Grove Park . . Mrs. Mary Nell Vines. 423 Collingwood Drive, Burlington 
Haw River, First Miss Jan Haywood, 2908 McKmney Street, Burlington 

Hillsborough, First Mrs. Thomas Ward, Box 593, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial . . Mrs. C.C. Stanley, 3012 Marlborough Rd., Burlington 

Holly Hill Janice Byrd, Woodland Avenue, Burlington 

Kinnett Memorial Joseph Good, 2-G College Town Apt., Elon College 

Mars Hill Miss Olive Jenkins, Hillsborough 

Mrs. Julie Brigdon, Rt. 2, Hillsborough 

McDuffie Memorial Candace Garner, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 

Mebane, First Miss Nancy Warren, 302 E. Jackson Street, Mebane 

Moore's Chapel Mrs. Carolyn Toney, Rt. 6, Box 341-L, Burlington 

Mount Adar Kathy Carver, Rt. 9, Box 230, Burhngton 

Mount Zion Mrs. Ann Smith, Rt. 3, Box 344, Liberty 

Nail Memorial . . . Mrs. Sharon Berry, 808 W. Cornwallis Drive, Durham 
New Hope 

North Graham Mrs. Vickie Marks, Rt. 1, Box 135- A, Haw River 

Northside Donna Phillips, High Street, Burlington 

Oak Grove Mrs. Harley Anderson, Saxapahaw 

Ossipee Mrs. Pauline Minor, Box 413, Elon College 

Riverside Mrs. Linda Patterson, 3100 Winchester Dr., Greensboro 

Swepsonville Mrs. Barry Loy, 506 Oneida Street, Graham 

West Hill Miss Rosa Mangum, 210 Jones Avenue, Hillsborough 

MEDIA CENTER DIRECTOR 

Church Name and Address 

Alamance, First None 

Altamahaw None 

Antioch Mrs. Hilda Durham, 255 Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 

Bethel None 

Brookwood None 

Burlington, First Mrs. Leo Carr, 722 W. Davis Street, Burlington 

Calvary None 

Cane Creek None 

City Lake Mrs. Mary Staunton, Rt. 7, Box 466, Burlington 

Colonial Hills None 

Cross Roads None 

Eastlawn None 

Edgewood None 

Elon College, First None 

Fairview None 

Fellowship None 

Glen Hope Mrs. Billie Medford, 2208 Wilkins Street, Burhngton 

Glen Raven None 

Glencoe None 

Graham, First Miss Emma Cox, 219 Banks Street, Graham 

Grove Park Mrs. Bernie Harrell, 2931 Blanche Drive, Burlington 

Haw River, First Mrs. Jessie Chatman, Rt. 1, Box 162-1, Haw River 

Hillsborough, First. Mrs. Dorothy Faulkner, Rt. 1, Box 132, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. AHce Small, 1339 W. Davis Street, Burlington 

Holly Hill Deanne Sexton, Rt. 1, Box 386-F, Burhngton 

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Kinnett Memorial Jan Makin, 1623 Rollingwood Road, Burlington 

Mars Hill None 

McDuffie Memorial Edith Boling, Rt. 7, Box 156, Durham 

Mebane, First Mrs. Charles Lemley, 400 E. Jackson Street, Mebane 

Moore's Chapel Mrs. Debbie Steeley, Rt. 2, Graham 

Mount Adar None 

Mount Zion None 

Mall Memorial None 

New Hope None 

North Graham None 

Northside Mrs. Warren Peach, 1423 Beech Drive, Burlington 

Oak Grove None 

Ossipee None 

Riverside None 

Swepsonville None 

West Hill None 



MOUNT ZION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
. .:- HISTORICAL TABLE 



Year 


Place of Meeting 


Mode 


rator 


Clerk 


Annual Sermon 


1870 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. 


G. W. Purefoy 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Organization 


1871 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


G. W. Purefoy 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Geo. W. Purefoy 


1872 


Antioch 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. P. Montague 


1873 


Durham 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. P. Mason 


1874 


Lystra 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


M. S. Ferrell 


1875 


Cane Creek 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


Geo. P. Moore 


1876 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


H. 


M. 


C. Stroud 


J. H. Vernon 


1877 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


C. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1878 


Bethel 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


A. C. Dixion 


1879 


Graham 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1880 


Durham 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


J. P. Mason 


1881 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


R. A. Patterson 


1882 


Moore's Chapel 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


R. H. Marsh 


1883 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


J. P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Geo. P. Moore 


1884 


Chapel 


Rev. 


J- P. Mason 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. E. Glower 


1885 


Sandy Level 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. C. Newton 


1886 


Cedar Fork 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


W. R. Gwaltney 


1887 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


C. Durham 


1888 


Mount Carmel 


Rev. 


John C. Wilson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Geo. B. Taylor 


x889 


Bera 


A. B 


Roberson 


c. 


R 


Scott 


J. S. Hill 


18O0 


Red Mountain 


W. A 


. Albright 


c. 


R 


Scott 


Not reported 


189 1 


Cane Creek 


W. A 


. Albright 


c. 


R 


Scott 


J. L. Carroll 


1892 


Olive Chapel 


W. A 


. Albright 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. L. Carroll 


1893 


Burlington 


W. A 


.- Albright 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Tyree 


1894 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. 


J. L. Carroll 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Blanchard 


1895 


Bethesda 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


Geo. J. Dowell 


1896 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


R. Vandeventor 


1897 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. A. Smith 


1898 


Antioch 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. C. Tyree 


1899 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. 


O. C. Horton 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


C.J. D. Parker 


1900 


Grahim 


T. B 


Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


W. F. Fry 


l^Oi 


L ■,- s t r a 


T. B 


Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


190 2 


East Durham 


r. B 


Parker 


c. 


R. 


Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


19U3 


Cane >-' -eek 


T. B 


Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


C.J.D. Parker 


190 4 


Cedar Ford 


r. B 


Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. O. Alderman 


1Q0 5 


Swepsoiu-ille 


T. B 


Parker 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


A. W. Setzer 


1906 


Bethel 


Rev. 


C.J. Thompson 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


W. C. Barrett 


1907 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. 


C. J. Thompson 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. W. Wildman 


1908 


Burlington 


Rev. 


W. C. Barrett 


c. 


L. 


Haywood 


J. M. Arnett 


1909 


Mars Hill 


Rev. 


W. C. Barrett 


c. 


P. 


Norns 


J. W. Wildman 



48 



1910 
191 1 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 
1957 

1958 
1959 



Bells 

Berea 

Red Mountain 

Me bane 

Yates 

Cross Roads 

Carrboro 

Lowe ' s Grove 

No Meeting 

Mount Hermon 

Olive Chapel 

Bethel 

Rose of Sharon 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Adar 

Mount Carmel 

Olive Branch 

Graham 

Mount Pisgah 

Antioch 

Lystra 

Robe r son' 8 Grove 

West Hill 

Angier Avenue 

Berry's Grove 

Moore's Chapel 

Berea 

Mars Hill 

Temple 

Burlington, First 

Olive Chap)el 

Olive Branch 

Carrboro 

Yates 

Be t he s da f 

Chapel Hill 

Glen Hope L 

Lowe's Grove 

Me bane k 

Mount Hermon 

Cross Roads & 

Calvary 

Carrboro & 

Southside 

Hocutt Memorial 

& Cane Creek 

Graham, First 

& Mount Carmel 

Altamahaw & 

Mars Hill 

Hillsboro & 

Chapel Hill 

Burlington, First 

& Moore's Chapel 

Antioch & Bethel 

Grove Park & 

Mount Adar 

Glen Hope & 

West Hill 

Me bane, First 
8t Glencoe 



Rev. W. C. Barrett 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
C. P. Norris 
Rev. W. R. L. Smith 
Rev. J.F. McDuffie 
Rev. J.F. McDuffie 
Rev. J.F. McDuffie 
Rev. J.F. McDuffie 
Rev. W. S. Olive 
Rev. W. S. Olive 
Rev. W. S. Olive 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Walter M. Williams 
Rev. C. S. NorviUe 
Rev. C. S. NorviUe 
Rev. C. S. NorviUe 
Dr. O. T. Binkley 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
Rev. W. C. Hall 
H. B. Anderson 
A. P. Stephens 
D. Kelly Barnett 
D. Kelly Barnett 

C. N. Royal 

C.N. Royal 

Guy S. Cain 

Guy S. Cain 

Tcnn M. Freeman 

Tom M. Freeman 

Clyde D. Chapman 

Clyde D. Chapman 

A. G. White 
Luther A. Nail 

Luther A. Nail 

C. S. Prickett 

C. S. Prickett 



C. P. 
S. J. 
S. J. 
S. J. 
S. J. 
S. J. 
S. J. 
Chas. 
Chas. 
Chas. 
Chas. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 
W. O. 



W. O. 
W. O. 



W. O. 
W. O. 
Chas. 
Chas. 
Chas. 



Norris 
Husketh 
Husketh 
Husketh 
Husketh 
Husketh 
Husketh 
C. Smith 
C. Smith 
C. Smith 
C. Smith 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
Williams 
C. Smith 
C. Smith 
C. Smith 



W. Lynch 

P. Davis 

S. Olive 
J. Hurt 

W. Buck 

B. V. Ferguson 
Q. C. Davis 

J. Ben Filer 
No Meeting 
W. S. Olive 
J. Elwood Welsh 
E. D. Poe 
E. C. Dean 

C. T. Plybon 
G. T. Watkins 
Eugene Olive 
C. S. NorviUe 
C. C. Coleman 
Trela D. Collins 
Martin W. Buck 
Ira D.S. Knight 

F. Hudson 
McGee 
Hall 
Byrd 
Williams 
Kinnett 
Binkley 
TeU 

John T. Wayland 
R. P. Ellington 
Mills 
Anderson 
Morris 
Pierce 
Nail 



Chas. 
W. K, 



A. Hendricks 



Chas. C. Smith Guthrie Colvard 

Chas. C. Smith John H. Knight 

Tom M. Freeman Carlton S. Prickett 

Tom M. Freeman Tom M. Freeman 

Lee W. Settle George W. Swinney 

Lee W. Settle Clyde Chapman 

Tom M. Freeman TroyE. Jones 

Tom M. Freem.an E. C. Chamblee 

Tom M. Freeman Warren E. Kerr 

Tom M. Freeman E. C. Wilkie 

Chas. W. Nanney W. T. Smith 

Jack Clark S. H. Roberts 

Jack Clark W. T. Cockman 



49 



Year Place of Meeting Moderator 



Clerk 



Annual Sermon 



1960 Graham, First and 
Fairview 

1961 Swepsoriville and 
Haw River 

1962 Hocutt Memorial, Cane 
Creek, end Mebone, First 

1963 Kinnett Memorial and 
Glencoe 

1964 Burlington, First and 
Northside 

1965 Altamahaw, Grove Park, 
and Mars Hill 

1966 Antioch, Graham, First 
and Riverside 

1967 Graham, First and 
Cross Roads 

1968 Elon, First, Grove Park 
and Hillsborough, First 

1969 Burlington, First, Northside 
and Alamance, First 

1970 Cane Creek, Antioch, and 
Graham, First 

1971 Kinnett Memorial, Glen 
Raven, and Eastlawn 

1972 Grove Park, Swepsonville, 
and Hillsborough, First 

1973 McDuffie, Altamahaw, and 
Mebane, First 

1974 Mars Hill, Grove Park 
and Glencoe 

1975 Mount Zion, How River, 
First, and Antioch 

1976 Eastlawn, Holly Hill, 
and Cross Roods 

1977 West Hill, City Lake, 
and Elon College, First 

1978 Grave Park, Hillsborough 
First, Graham, First & 
Altamahaw 

1979 Glen Hope, Burlington, 
First, and Cane Creek 



R, L. Councilman 
R. L. Councilman 
Travis Styles 
Travis Styles 
Ben W. Cox 
Ben W. Cox 
Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 
Ralph E. Jones, Jr. 
Johnny Greene, Sr. 
Johnny Greene, Sr. 
Johnny Greene, Sr, 
James M. Dunn 
James M. Dunn 
Paul J. Craig 
Paul J . Craig 
Gerald Dickerson 
Gerald Dickerson 
Thomas E. Hill 

Thomas E. Hill 
Thomas M. Denton 



Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jack Clark 
Jock Clark 
Jack Clark 
Edith Clark 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 
Freerricn Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 

Freer-ian Cooper 
Freeman Cooper 



Ben W. Cox 

Travis Styles 

Carlton S. Prickett 

Harvey Rumfelt 

Jack Clark 

Roy Cantrel 

Bobby G. Pratt 

Fred King 

Charles L. McMillan, Jr. 

Luther A. Nail 

None 

Ron Pelfrey 

Dale O. Steele 

Joseph D. Lang 

James Bousman 

Ralph E . Jones, Jr. 

Tr.orr,as M. Denton 

Elmer L. Joyner 

hronk Haith 
Kenneth Simpson 



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Minutes 1980 



Mount Zion 
Baptist Association 

NORTH CAROLINA 

ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Held With 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Burlington, Alamance County 

and 

MEBANE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Mebane, Alamance County 

and 

KINNETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Burlington, Alamance County 

October20, 21,22, 1980 



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The next annual session will be held with the First Baptist Church of Haw River, 
Haw River, on Monday night, October 19, 1981; and with the Antioch Baptist 
Church, Chapel Hill, on Tuesday night, October 20, 1981; and with the Oak Grove 
Baptist Church on Route 2, Mebane, on Wednesday morning, October 21, 1981. 

ANNUAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Dr. Roy Taylor Grove Park Baptist Church 

Alternate: Rev. Larry Thompson Haw River First Baptist Church 

DOCTRINAL SERMON: 

Preacher: Rev. Paul West Swepsonville Baptist Church 

Alternate: Dr. Eugene Akins Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church 



Contents 



Application 12 

Book of Reports 

Association Organizational Chart 68 

Baptist Children's Homes 30 

Brotherhood 20 

Coordinating Council 25 

Digest of Letters 31 

Director of Missions 18 

Emergency Care Home 21 

Evangelism Committee 23 

Finance Committee 24 

Historian Report 40-42 

Ministry Proposals 36-38 

Missions Committee 22 

Music Committee 22-24 

Ordinations Committee 21 

Resolutions Committee 31 

Sunday School 20 

Time, Place, and Preacher Committee - (See Title Page) 

Treasurer 33 and 36 

Volunteer Coordinator Report 22 

Woman's Missionary Union 25-30 

Youth Coordinator Report 21 

Church Directory 43-46 

Dedication 3 

Directory of the Association 6-9 

Historical Events of Sp)ecial Interest 40 

Historical Sketches 42 

Historical Tables 48 

Our Beloved Dead 38-40 

Proceedings of the Association 12-16 

Quarterly Associational Meetings 19 

Registered Messengers and Visitors 9-11 

Statistical Tables 50-67 



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Dedication 




ROBERT LACY COUNCILMAN 

(1906 - 1980) 

Born in Alamance County at Carolina Village, Robert Lacy Councilman grew up 
nurtured by the First Baptist Church of Burlington. It was there, after his profession 
of faith and later his call to the Christian ministry, that he was ordained. Pastor 
Martin W. Buck and others in the church gave encouragement and support in many 
ways - throughout his 13 years of educational preparation: Burlington High School 
(two years), Campbell College (diploma). Wake Forest College (B.A. degree), and 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Th.M.). In 1933 he was married in that 
church to Emily Mae Sargent. Bob and Emily have one daughter, Mrs. R. Neil 
Chafin, and two grandchildren, Chris and Betsy. 

During his college years he held a student pastorate at Holly Springs Baptist 
Church; and at the seminary he was a pastor of Evergreen Baptist Church near 
Frankfurt, Kentucky. Beginning in 1933, he held North Carolina pastorates: First 
Baptist of Morganton; Four Oaks Baptist Church of Four Oaks; Stoney Creek at 
Rocky Mount and New Hope at Wilson; Cashie Baptist at Windsor; and Whitnel 
Baptist at Lenoir. 

After moving to Burlington in 1950, he held two pastorates - Glencoe Baptist and 
Northside Baptist. He also served a term as moderator of the Mount Zion Baptist 
Association. Interim pastorates in the association included: Baynes Chapel, Kerr's 
Chapel, and Fairview Baptist Church. 

Bob became the first pastor of Northside while it was still a mission of First Baptist 
Church of Burlington, and for 10 years after it became a church. In the beginning of 
its history he led the church to take seriously the call to missions, designating 25 per- 
cent of its undesignated offerings to the Cooperative Program. For many years 
Northside led all others in Mount Zion Association in per member giving through 
the Cooperative Program. 

Bob's ministry, as his life, has been one of commitment to God and his call, and to 
growth in Christian love to all people. His love began at home and with his own 



church family, wherever that might be, and reached out to all people everywhere, no 
matter what class or creed, nationality or color of skin. He believed that absolute 
love, as Jesus showed by his life, death and resurrection, could conquer any other 
power. He came to accept Jesus* admonition, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and 
His righteousness" not merely as words to read or say, but words to risk living by. 
And many times in his own life and the life of the church he pastored, all things 
needful were added in overflowing measure after the "seeking first" in spirit and in 
truth. 

His commitment: 

"... perfect love casts out fear." 

"Make love your aim and earnestly desire the spiritual gifts ..." 

"... let all that is done be done in love." 










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Associational Directory 

of the 

Mount Zion Baptist 

Association 

1980-1981 

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including 

Officers of the association 6 

Paid employees of the association 6 

Association officers 6-7 

Committees appointed by the moderator 7-9 

Zip codes 9 

Pastor's conference 9 

Registered messengers and visitors 9-11 



Associational Directory 

1980-81 
Officers of the Association 

Moderator 

Terrell K. Duncan, 2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington 

Vice Moderator I 

C.W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane 

Vice Moderator II 
Dale O. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington 

Vice Moderator III 
Richard Hipps, P.O. Box 1815, Burlington 

Vice Moderator IV 

Thomas E. Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Ck>urt, Burlington 

Clerk 

Mrs. Edna J. Smith, 1457 Morningside Drive, Burlington 

Auditor 

Paul Hoyle, P.O. Box 2134, Burlington 

Historian 

Mrs. Mable Lassiter, 1512 Shadylawn Drive, Burlington 

Treasurer 

Graham Rogers, P.O. Box 238, Graham 

Trustees 

Paul Craig, P.O. Box 1794, Burlington (rotates off 1980) 

C.R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Drive, Burlington (rotates off 1982) 

John Vernon, Jr., 1124 Aycock Avenue, Burlington (rotates off 1984) 

Paid Employees of the Association 

Director of Missions 

J. Howard Silver, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Secretary-Associate 

Mona S. Silver, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Secretary-Bookkeeper 

Mrs. Diane F. Smith, P.O. Box 798, Graham 

Volunteer Coordinator 

Associational Of ficers 

Moderator 

Mr. Terrell Duncan, 2534 Oakcrest Court, Burlington 27215, Northside 

Vice Moderator I 

Mr. C.W. Lee, Jr., 29 London Lane, Mebane 27302, Mebane First 

Vice Moderator II 

Dr. Dale O. Steele, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington 27215, Burlington First 



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Vice Moderator III 
Rev. Richard Hipps, P.O. Box 1815, Burlington 27215, Alamance First 

Vice Moderator IV 
Mr. Tom Hill, 502 Shadowbrook Ck)urt, Burlington 27215, Holly Hill 

Clerk 
Mrs. Edna J. Smith, 1457 Morningside Drive, Burlington 27215, Northside 

Auditor 

Mr. Paul Hoyle, P.O. Box 2134, Burlington 27215, Holly Hill 

Historian 

Mrs. Mable Lassiter, 1512 Shadylawn Drive, Burlington 27215, Hocutt Memorial 

Treasurer 

Mr. Graham Rogers, P.O. Box 238, Graham 27253, Graham First 

Trustees 

Mr. Paul Craig, P.O. Box 1794, Burlington 27215, Burlington First 

(Rotates off 1980) 

Mr. C.R. Byrd, 1966 Shirley Dri,ve, Burlington 27215, Glen Hope 

(Rotates off 1982) 

Mr. John Vernon, Jr., 1124 Aycock Avenue, Burlington 27215, Burlington First 

(Rotates off 1984) 

Brotherhood Director 

Mr. Charles M. Surles, 2612 Trail 3, Burlington 27215, Glen Hope 

Church Training Director 

Rev. Richard Hipps, P.O. Box 1815, Burlington 27215, Alamance First 

Music Director 

Rev. Larry Thompson, P.O. Box 372, Haw River 27256, Haw River First 

Sunday School Director 

Mr. Jim Hallsey, 517 Parris Street, Graham 27253, Graham First 

Woman's Missionary Union Director 

Mrs. Louise Booth, P.O. Box 533, Haw River 27258, North Graham 

Youth Coordinator 

Mr. Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Road, Burlington 27215, Grove Park 

Ck)mmittees Appointed by Moderator 

COMMITTEE ON ENROLLMENT 

Mrs. Edna J. Smith, Chairman 1457 Morningside Dr., Burlington - Northside 

Miss Janie Seamster 2117 Wilkins St., Burlington - Hocutt Memorial 

Mrs. Mona Silver 514 Alder St., Burlington - Graham First 

Mrs. Lucy Smith Rt. 4 Box 97, Mebane - Mebane First 

Mrs. Mickey Watson 809 Allendale Dr., Burlington - Kinnett Memorial 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Mr. James Dunn, Chairman P.O. Box 2378, Burlington - Grove Park, 

Mrs. Miriam AUred 349 ^. Kings St. Ext., Hillsborough - Hillsborough First 

Dr. James Ballard 2818 Edgewood Av., Burlington - Holly Hill 

Mrs. Betsy Fox Rt. 4 Box 670, Hillsborough - Mebane First 

Mr. Alton Riley Rt. 1, Chapel Hill - Antioch 

Mrs. Frances Martin 408 Hawthorne Ln., Burlington - Graham First 

TIME, PLACE AND PREACHERS 

Dr. Charles Lemley, Chairman 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane - Mebane First 



Rev. Earl Epperson Rt. 4 Box 120, Mebane - Edgewood 

Rev. John Small Rt. 2 Box 146, Chapel Hill - McDuffie Memorial 

Rev. Tom Elliott P.O. Box 751, Hillsborough - Fairview 

Dr. Carlton Prickett 703 Westbrook Dr., Burlington - Burlington First 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

Rev. Robert Pierce, Chairman Rt. 4 Box 439, Chapel Hill - Bethel 

Rev. Dale Brooks Rt. 1 Box 386, Elon College - Ossipee 

Rev. William Cashman III 1606 W. Davis St., Burlington - Brookwood 

Rev. Monty Fox Rt. 4 Box 670, Hillsborough - Colonial Hills 

Rev. Tom Gaskins 812 W. Front St., Burlington - Hocutt Memorial 

MISSIONS 

Mr. Tom Hill, Chairman (1983) ... 502 Shadowbrook Ct., Burlington - Holly Hill 

Mr. Haywood Mincey (1982) 462 Camp Rd., Burlington - Northside 

Dr. Eugene Akins (1981) 716 S. Broad St., Burlington - Kinnett Memorial 

Mr. Graham Rogers P.O. Box 238, Graham - Graham First 

Miss Beverly Alford 2-C Brookwood Garden Apts., Burlington - Grove Park 

Mrs. Brenda Beam 1114 McPherson Dr., Burlington - Burlington First 

Rev. Alan Riley 1813 Fairview St., Burlington - Holly Hill 

Mr. Charles M. Surles 2612 Trail 3, Burlington - Alamance First 

Mr, Ralph Wilson Rt. 3 Box 216, Elon College - Burlington First 

NOMINATIONS 

Mr. Jack Watson, Chairman . . 809 Allendale Dr., Burlington - Kinnett Memorial 

Mr. Bill Ingold 308 Meadowood Dr., Burlington - Mount Zion 

Mr. C.W. Lee 29 London Ln., Mebane - Mebane First 

Mrs. Marvin Bradley, Jr 1122 Briarcliff Rd., Burlington - Grove Park 

Rev. Paul West Rt. 3 Box 532, Graham - Swepsonville 

Rev. James Hall Rt. 2 Box 391, Elon College - Nail Memorial 

Rev. Lynn Bertram Rt. 2 Box 422, Hillsborough - Cross Roads 

CAMPUS MINISTRY 

Rev. Bruce O. Martin, Chairman . P.O. Box 163, Elon College - Elon College First 

Mrs, Charlene Pierce Rt. 4 Box 439, Chapel Hill - Bethel 

Dr. Herbert House, Jr. 3416 Garden Rd., Burlington - Burlington First 

PROPERTIES 

Mr. James Dunn, Chairman P.O. Box 2378, Burlington - Grove Park 

Mr. Donald Dickerson 225 N. Ruff in St., Hillsborough - Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Peggy Smith 705 Sycamore Dr., Graham - Graham First 

Mr. Raymond Campbell 2201 Lee Dr., Burlington - Glen Hope 

Mr. Jack Sink 731 Fairfield St., Burlington - Kinnett Memorial 

EVANGELISM 

Dr. Dale O. Steele, Chairman P.O. Box 2686, Burlington - Burlington First 

Rev. Clarence Vaughn 511 North Av., Burlington - Glen Hope 

Mr. Dalton Rhue Rt. 4 Box 14, Mebane - Mebane First 

EMERGENCY HOME 

Mr. Ralph Wilson, Chairman Rt. 3 Box 216, Elon College - Burlington First 

Miss Nancy Graves 621 West Front St., Burlington - Mount Zion 

Mr. Tom Ward P.O. Box 593, Hillsborough - Hillsborough First 

PERSONNEL 

Mr. Don Singletary, Chairman 1532 Rogers Rd., Graham - Graham First 

Mrs. Brenda Beam 1114 McPherson Dr., Burlington - Burlington First 

Dr. Tom Denton P.O. Box 734, Hillsborough - Hillsborough First 

Mrs. Kathryn Ellington. 215 Cheek Ln., Graham - Kinnett Memorial 

Mr. Maynard Ellington 1964 Hilldale Dr., Burlington - Grove Park 



Dr. Ralph Jones P.O. Box 779, Graham - Graham First 

MEMBERSHIP 

Rev. Larry Thompson, Chairman . . . P.O. Box 372, Haw River - Haw River First 

Mr. Harold Culbreth P.O. Box 245, Hillsborough - Hillsborough First 

Dr. James Ballard 2818 Edgewood Av., Burlington - Holly Hill 

Rev. Robert Pierce Rt. 4 Box 439, Chapel Hill - Bethel 

Mr. Doug Palmer Rt. 3 Box 533, Graham - Swepsonville 

CONSTITUTION 

Rev. Joe Hicks, Chairman Rt. 3 Box 331, Liberty - Mount Zion 

Mr. Clyde Gardner 208 N. 6th St., Mebane - Mebane First 

Rev. Phillip Norwood 513 Homewood Av., Burlington - Northside 

Mr. Maynard Ellington 1964 Hilldale Dr., Burlington - Grove Park 

Mr. Wiley Wooten 1625 Woodland Av., Burlington - Graham First 

FINANCE 

Dr. James Ballard, Chairman 2818 Edgewood Av., Burlington - Holly Hill 

Mr. William W. Donaldson 4066 Shamrock Dr., Burlington - Fellowship 

Mr. Graham Rogers P.O. Box 238, Graham - Graham First 

Mr. W.D. Berry Rt. 4 Box 52, Hillsborough - Mars Hill 

Mr. H.B. Raley 1527 Wedgwood Dr., Graham - Northside 

Mr. Thomas B. Vines 423 Collin wood Dr., Burlington - Grove Park 

MEMORIALS 

Miss Lenna Rudd, Chairman . . . 407 N. Logan St., Burlington - Hocutt Memorial 

Mrs. Virginia Andrews 513 Johnson Av., Graham - Graham First 

Dr. Charles Lemley 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane - Mebane First 

ORDINATIONS 

Dr. Ralph E. Jones, Jr P.O. Box 779, Graham - Graham First 

Mr. Elmer Phillips Rt. 3 Box 515, Graham - Swepsonville 

Mr. Lynn Lambert 2513 Hoskins Dr., Burlington - Grove Park 

Mr. Tommy Hearne , 2508 McKinney St., Burlington - Eastlawn 

Rev. Curtis Tyler Rt. 1 Box 359, Hillsborough - Mars Hill 

There are no main offices of any Baptist school, hospital, encampment, children's 
home, state or convention-wide board or agency located in the association. 

Zip Codes 

Alamance 27201 Haw River 27258 

Altamahaw 27202 Hillsborough 27278 

Burlington 27215 Liberty 27298 

Chapel Hill 27514 Mebane 27302 

Efland 27243 Prospect Hill 27314 

Elon College 27244 Saxapahaw 27340 

Graham 27253 Swepsonville 27359 

Paster's Conference 

President Reverend Tom Gaskins, 812 W. Front St., Burlington 

Secretary-Treasurer Reverend Ernie Keck, Rt. 5 Box 72, Mebane 

Program Chairman Reverend Paul West, Rt. 3 Box 532, Graham 

Registered Messengers and Visitors 

ALAMANCE, FIRST: Rev. Richard Hipps, Mrs. Fkhard Hipps, Anita Vincent, 
Mrs. Vance Vines, Vance Vines, Grace Ingle, Phillip H. Waugh, Cindy D. Waugh 



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ALTAMAHAW: Rev. Ronald Ck>leman, Alma Younger, Ben Simmons, Mrt. Ben 
Simmons, Julia Bowles, Robert L. Younger, J. Monroe Lee, Idell Lee 

ANTIOCH: Lou Etta Atwater, Margaret Merritt, Myrtle Dawson 

BETHEL: Rev. Robert Pierce 

BROOKWOOD: Rev. Bill Cashman, Mrs. Ed Hoyle, Jr., Mrs. Rosemary Ester 

BURLINGTON, FIRST: Rev. David H. Goodroe, Elmer G. Lewis, Leroy John- 
son, H.L. Hamilton, Pearl Winningham, Carlton S. Prickett, Mrs. Carlton 
Prickett, R. Homer Andrews, Mrs. R. Homer Andrews, Betty K. Carr, Bennie 
Overman, Fred Walther, Marie Walther, Carolyn Morrow 

CALVARY: Rev. Don Swinney, Myrtle Bristow, Elizabeth Branch 

CANE CREEK: Cecil C. Crawford, Betty Dodson, Rebecca Crawford, Mae Craw- 
ford 

CITY LAKE: Rev. C.L. Abcrnathy 

COLONIAL HILLS: Not represented 

CROSS ROADS: Rev. Lynn Bertram, Jan Bertram, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, 
D'Att Childs, John Childs, Mrs. Rachel Riley 

EASTLAWN: Ralph Davis 

EDGEWOOD: Rev. E.L. Epperson 

ELON COLLEGE: Rev. Bruce O. Martin 

FAIRVIEW: Pat Elliott, Margaret Williams, Nellye Neems 

FELLOWSHIP: Rev. Jeff Brendle, Jane Brendle, Bill Donaldson, Regina Donald- 
son, Gloria Clemmons, Frank E. Simons, Toni Currin, Martha Pearsall, Bob 
Curl, Mrs. Evelyn B. Curl 

GLENCOE: Rev. Felton Massey, Edna Massey, Raymond Willis, Brian Hurdle, 
Ralph N. Roney, Mrs. Thelma Roney 

GLEN HOPE: Rev. C.C. Vaughn, Howard Callahan, Sadie Callahan, Charles M. 
Surles, F.B. Canady, Edward S. Long, Grace Fuqua, Hazel Brown, Mildred Over- 
man, Maggie Pruitt, Josie R. Lowe, Dianne Keck Daniels, Mrs. Brenda Tilley 

GLEN RAVEN: Not represented 

GRAHAM, FIRST: N. Wayne Dawkins, Macie McElroy, Graham Rogers, Dr. 
Howard Silver, Mona S. Silver, Mrs. Walker Martin, Hugh A. Gray, Evelyn G. 
Gray, Gladys Ausley, Floyd Hobson, Mrs. Floyd Hobson, Lucille Cox, Mrs. 
Lucille D. Andrew, Emma Cox 

GROVE PARK: Dr. Roy P. Taylor, Shirley Bradley, Beverly Alford, Garry Bald- 
win, T.H. Woodbum, Lucy Woodbum, James M. Dunn, Gladys Dunn 

HAW RIVER, FIRST: Rev. Larry Thompson, Emily Thompson. Drewry Wood- 
ford, Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Ralph J. Thompson, Freeman O. Cooper, J.C. 
Pierce, Dot Pierce, Vickie Boggs, Mrs. Herbert C. Smith, Mrs. A.B. Swink, Mrs- 
Essie Blalock, Mrs. Z.C. Cox, Sr., Kathryn Roney, May Makin 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST: Dr. Tom Denton, Winfred Frederick, Mrs. Miriam 
Allred, Mrs. Elsie Scott, Lois Riley, Ruby Hines, Bertha Crawford, Mrs. Harry L. 
Brown 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL: Rev. Thomas M. Gaskins, Martha Lou Gaskins, Jim 
Quinlin, Mrs. Jim Quinlin, Elise Quinlin, Ina A. Gattis, Lenna Rudd, C.C. Hin- 
ton, Bessie Hinton, Ruth Cornell, Ettalene Shaw, Vester Small, Alice W. Small, 
Mrs. S.H. Oldham, Addie Elleatt, Sadie Shaw, Janie Seamster, H.G. Meacham, 
Guy Cain, Mable S. Lassiter 

HOLLY HILL: Dr. James Ballard, Joanne Ballard, Alan Riley, Fonda Riley, 
Herby Hilliard, Sue W. Hilliard, Tom Hill, Josephine Gattis, Janet Leonard, 
Marsh Lyall, Wayne Goodman, Sue Goodman, Harry L. Kafer, Joan Kafer, 
Charles Burgess, Donna Burgess, Melissa Burgess, Patricia Burgess, Cynthia 
Burgess, Mike Byrd, Janice Byrd, Barney Burgess, Ken Gilbert, Barry Hodge, 
Paul Hoyel, Ray Jemigan, Steve Leonard, Mick Dean, Bob Howard, CD. Gattis, 
Jack Collins, Joe Sexton, T.L. Melton 



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KINNETT MEMORIAL: Dr. R. Eugene Akins, Jeannette Akins, Jack A. Watson, 
Mickey Watson, Kathryn Ellington, Mrs. Mattie McNeill, Adelle Huffines, Leon 
Raynor, Vivian Raynor, Vic Dodson, Margaret Dodson, Polly Wiggins, Ora 
Williams, Eloise Holt, Nobie Dickerson, Iva Maness, Reu Kayle, OUie Long, 
Eunice Morningstar, Mrs. C.S. Moore, Ann Lanier, Lona Curl, Millard W. 
Dowd, Foy Dowd 

MARS HILL: Rev. Curtis Tyler, William A. McKee, David Hines, Marvin Phelps, 
J.M. Kenyon, Mrs. J.M. Kenyon, Mary Carolun Home, Tony Laws 

MCDUFFIE MEMORIAL: Not represented 

MEBANE, FIRST: Dr. Charles R. Lemley, Lee Lemley, Parker Wood, Mrs. Parker 
Wood, Fern Duncan, Mrs. Willard Smith, C.W. Lee, Jr., Hazel Lee, Mabel 
Gaulding, Ellis M. Pickard, Mrs. Ellis Pickard, Fannie Williams, Hazel A. Holt, 
Mrs. T.L. Jeffreys, Mrs. Glenn Jeff reys, Kathleen Mincey, Frances Fox 

MOORE'S CHAPEL: Rev.' Earl Harden, Lillie Mae Harden, Bernard Hodgin, 
Nerata Hodgin, C.E. Braxton, James G. Cheek, Annie W. Cheek, Mildred Cagle, 
Ernest Cagle 

MOUNT ADAR: Rev. Ernie Keck, Pat Keck, Clarence N. Sharpe, Erma Charpe, 
Mrs. L.J. Rogers, Sr., Sybil P. Moore, Mrs. H.E. Jobe, Mrs. Sandra Briggs 

MOUNT ZION: Rev. Joe R. Hicks, Wayne Humble, Dorothy Humble, Ervin G. 
Payne, Janet C. Payne, George H. Spoon, Mrs. George Spoon, Nancy Lee Graves 

NALL MEMORIAL: Mrs. L.A. Nail, H.C. Thomas, Ina Bass, Catherine Jernigan, 
Katherine Williams 

NEW HOPE: Not represented 

NORTH GRAHAM: Louise Booth 

NORTHSIDE: Rev. Phillip Norwood, Pam Norwood, Terrell Duncan, Edward 
Nash, Mrs. Ed Nash, Byron Raley, Mrs. Byron Raley, James Hinton, Sadie Wat- 
son, Edna J. Smith 

OAK GROVE: Rev. Alan Spencer, James Bradshaw, Alpha Perry, Mrs. Nadine 
Sykes, Gladys Bunloen 

OSSIPEE: Rev. Dale Brooks, Mrs. Dale Brooks, Marie Tysinger, Judy King, Leona 
Kind, Clint McCann, Howard Little, Judy Little, Kenny Shoe, Lisa Hill, Leslie 
Hill, Cindy Minor 

RIVERSIDE: Rev. Curtis Oakley, Dean Bryant, Ken Johnson, Leamon D. 
Slaughter, Donale W. Johnson, Bobby A. Jones, Jeff Crowder, Mrs. Diane Smith, 
Benny Wagoner 

SWEPSONVILLE: Rev. Paul West, Herbert Hurst, Mrs. Herbert Hurst, Josie 
Phillips, Nellie C. Frazier, J.C. Everett, Alma Everett 

WEST HILL^ Rev. Johnny F. Hathcock, Marilyn Hathcock, Ruth Gregory, Rosa 
L. Mangum, Lottie Andrews, Ruth Brigdon, Mrs. Lila Craven 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE OUR ASSOCIATION: Jackson S. Hoyle, N.C. Bap- 
tist Homes, Winston-Salem; Dan Euliss, Communications Department of Baptist 
State Convention, Raleigh; Joe Baker, Meredith College, Raleigh; Wayne 
Drumheller, Baptist Children's Homes, Thomasville; Perry Ragan, Immanuel 
Baptist Church, Raleigh; Lyda Baker, Bethesda Baptist Church, Durham; Mrs. 
Annie P. Durham, Mt. Olive Baptist Church; Mrs. Ben Ray, Burlington; Randy 
Thompson, Clevis, California 

Total attendace for the two night« and one day sessions was 481. There were 326 
registered messengers and 155 total registered visitors. There were four churches not 
represented: Colonial Hills, Glen Raven, McDuffie Memorial, and New Hope. 




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Application for Membership in the 
Mount Zion Baptist Association of North Carolina 

This is to certify that the (name of church) of 

(address) in church conference (date) 

voted to make formal application for membership in the Mount Zion Baptist Associ- 
ation, and pledges itself to support the Baptist denomination and its program of car- 
rying out Our Lord's Commands within the Association, the State, the Homeland, 
and throughout the World. The "Articles of Faith," known and normally accepted 
by Bapthts as the "New Hampshire Ck>nfession of Faith," has been read before the 
congregation and approved. It further pledges itself to live by the "Church Cove- 
nant" of a missionary Baptist church. It declares itself to be a duly constituted and 
organized missionary Baptist church, and will maintain this status at all times, or 
will voluntarily withdraw from the Association. 

It understands that upon submitting this application to the Coordinating Council, 
it will be referred to the Committee on Membership of the Association for study and 
investigation. The church remains under watchcare of the Association until the time 
it is received into full membership with all rights and privileges. 



Proceedings 



First Day, Monday, October 20, 1980 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

NIGHT SESSION 

1. The 111th annual session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association was called to 
order by the Moderator Mr. Terrell K. Duncan. 

2. Reverend Thomas M. Gaskins, pastor of the host church, welcomed messengers 
and visitors. He then challenged us to make Bold Mission Thrust take place here in 
our association, basing his challenge on Philippians 2:4. 

3. A mini concert was presented by the O^ipee Youth Choir. 

4. The minutes of the July 14, 1980 meeting were r«ad by the clerk and approved. 

5. Mr. Tom Hill, vice moderator IV, presented the program as given on pages 1 
and 2 of the Book of Reports and moved for its adoption. This motion was adopted. 

Monday, October 20, 1980 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

7:00 p.m. The Call to Order Mr. Terrell Duncan 

7:00 Welcome and Devotion Rev. Thomas Gaskins 

7:10 Mini Concert Ossipee Youth Choir 

7:25 Reading and Approval of Minutes Mrs. R. Dan Smith 

7:30 Presentation of the Order of Business Mr. Thomas Hill 

7:35 Roll Call of Churches and Enrollment Mrs. R. Dan Smith 

7:45 Recognition of New Pastors Dr. J. Howard Silver 

7:55 Committee Appointments Mr. Terrell Duncan 

8:00 Hymn No. 307 "He Keeps Me Singing" 

8:05 Treasurer's Report Mr. Graham Rogers 

8:10 Finance Committee Report Dr. James Ballard 

8:20 Miscellaneous Business 

8:35 Hymn No. 268 "All the Way My Savior Leads Me" 

8:40 Special Music Sons of Jubal 

8:45 Annual Sermon Dr. James Ballard 

9:20 Benediction 

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Tuesday, October 21, 1980 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, MEBANE 

7:00 p.m. Welcome and Devotion Dr. Charles Lemley 

7:10 Mini Concert 

7:30 Reports of Committees - Part I 

Nominating Committee Mr. Jack Watson 

Committee on Committees Mr. James Dunn 

Missions Committee Mr. Thomas Hill 

7:50 Coordinating Council Report Dr. J. Howard Silver 

7:55 Hymn No. 448 "Because He lives" 

8:00 Miscellaneous Business 

8:05 Recognition of Convention Representatives 

8:10 Missions Emphasis Rev. and Mrs. Phil Waugh 

8:40 Special Music 

8:45 Doctrinal Sermon Rev. Curtis Oakley 

9:20 Benediction 

Wednesday, October 22, 1980 

KINNETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

9:00 a.m. Coffee and Fellowship 

9:25 Welcome and Devotion Dr. Gene Akins 

9:35 Organizational Reports 

Sunday School , Mr. Jim Hallsey 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. Louise Booth 

Baptist Men Mr. Chuck Surles 

Church Music Rev. Larry Thompson 

Youth Rev. Steve Hearne 

10:00 Hymn No. 475 "Victory in Jesus" 

10:05 Audio-Visuals Presentation 

10:25 Reports of Committees - Part II 

Evangelism Committee Dr. Dale O. Steele 

Ordinations Committee , Dr. Ralph Jones 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee Dr. Charles Lemley 

10:50 Audio-Visual Presentation 

11:10 Miscellaneous Business 

11:20 Historian's Report Mrs. J.J. Lassiter 

11:30 Memorials Committee Report Miss Lenna Rudd 

11:40 Resolutions Committee Report Rev. Robert Pierce 

11:45 Special Music Ms. Freida Matkins 

11:50 Director of Missions Report Dr. J. Howard Silver 

12:15 Benediction 

6. A roll call of the churches was conducted by the clerk, after which the clerk 
made a motion that the messengers registered and those who would register in the 
following sessions constitute the body for the associational meetings of the 111th an- 
nual session. This motion was adopted. 

7. Dr. Silver introduced the following new pastors and wives in our association: 
Richard and Patty Hipps, Alamance, First Felton Massey, Glencoe 
Jeff and Jane Brendle, Fellowship Alan Spencer, Oak Grove 
John and Marilyn Hathcock, West Hill Bill Cashman, Brookwood 

8. The moderator called attention to the list of committees appointed by the 
moderator who will serve until April, 1981. 



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9. Reverend Larry Thompson, music director, led messengers and visitors in 
singing the hymn, "He Keeps Me Singing." 

10. Graham Rogers, treasurer, presented the treasurer's report as given on pages 20 
and 21 of the Book of Reports. This report was adopted. 

11. Dr^ James Ballard, chairman of the Finance Committee, referred to page 17, 
concerning suggestions from his committee to the association. This committee recom- 
mended that 

a) Ministry proposals for 1981 be approved as presented on page 23 of Book of 
Reports 

b) Section VII, Capital Improvements, be underwritte^i with funds from the associ- 
ation's capital improvement account. 

These recommendations were approved. 

12. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of at this meeting. 

13. The messengers and visitors sang "All the Way My Saviour Leads Me." 

14. Special music was presented by the men's chorus, Sons of Jubal from Holly Hill 
Baptist Church. 

15. Tom Hill of Holly Hill Baptist Church, introduced his pastor. Dr. James 
Ballard, and led in a special prayer for him. 

16. The annual sermon was preached by Dr. James Ballard, pastor of Holly Hill 
Baptist Church. He spoke on the "Call of Our Day" using Matthew 6:7-13 and 25-33. 

17. The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Dr. James Ballard. 

Second Day, Tuesday, October 21, 1980 
MEBANE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

NIGHT SESSION 

18. Moderator Duncan called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. 

19. Dr. Charles Lemley, host pastor, welcomed those present and led in a devo- 
tional period based on Ephesians 4:11-16. 

20. Randy Thompson, a former member of Haw River First Baptist Church and 
now residing in California, blessed us by singing "Amazing Grace" and the 
"Stranger of Galilee." 

21. Jack Watson, chairman of Nominating Committee, brought the following 
names to fill vacant offices: 

Vice Moderator III - Reverend Richard Hipp 
Youth Coordinator - Garry Baldwin 
This report was adopted. 

22. James Dunn, chairman of Committee on Conunittees presented the following to 
fill vacancies on committees: 

Constitution - Reverend Phillip Norwood 
Finance - William W. Donaldson 
Ordinations - Tonmiy Hearne 

23. Tom Hill, chairman, presented the Missions Committee report as list on page 8. 
He advised that Si Coan Chang had gone to Utah and was doing well. He asked that 
we pray with him and the Missions Committee throughout this year that we may soon 
have a full time person in the^needed area of Christian social ministries. 

24. The Coordinating Council report was presented by Dr. Howard Silver on page 
10 of the Book of Reports. He thanked the churches for their response to the need of 
the Eastlawn Church. Dr. Silver referred to recommendations No. 1 and No. 2 of the 
Coordinating Council's report. These two recommendations were approved. 

25. The hymn "Brethren We Have Met to Worship" was sung by those in atten- 
dance. 

26. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of at this session. During 
this time the moderator reported a registration of 135 messengers and 75 visitors, or a 



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total attendance of 210 on Tuesday evening. He announced the prayer retreat to be 
held the following Saturday at the host church for both men and women. Dr. Charles 
Petty, director of North Carolina Governor's Office of Citizen Affairs, will lead the 
Bible study. 

27. Mr. Wayne Drumheller with our Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina 
was recognized as a visitor. 

28. Dr. Silver introduced Reverend and Mrs. Phillip Waugh, former journeymen 
to Taiwan. Phil is from Burlington and Cindy is from Henderson ville. North Caro- 
lina, both being teacher. While serving as youth directors at Alamance First, God led 
them to go to Taiwan. Phil led in prayer for the missiona^cs, especially those on page 
11 who have lived formerly in our area. They then showed slides and narrated con- 
cerning their work while on Taiwan. 

29. Randy Thompson sang "It Is Well With My Soul," and "Because He Lives." 

30. After a lovely testimony by Jeff Crowder of Riverside Baptist Church, our doc- 
trinal sermon was brought by Reverend Curtis Oakley, pastor of that church. He 
spoke on "Blessed Assurance, Jesus is Mine." 

31. The meeting was adjourned with prayer led by Reverend Oakley. 

Third Day, Wednesday, October 22, 1980 
KINNETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

MORNING SESSION 

32. C.W. Lee, Jr., vice moderator I, called the session to order at 9:25 a.m. 

33. Dr. Gene Akins, pastor of the host church, welcomed those present and led in a 
devotional period. He read Romans 5:6-8 stating "God loves us as we are." He then 
led in prayer. 

34. In the absence of Jim Hallsey, Sunday school director, attention was called 
to the Sunday school report which was an insert in the Book of Reports. 

35. Louise Booth, W.M.U. director, called attention to her report on page 11. She 
mentioned a special enlistment of W.M.U. members in North Carolina entitled, 
"10,000 more by November 4," and that we were stressing the addition of at least one 
new member in each organization in our churches by that date. She called attention 
also to the prayer retreat to be held on Saturday. In 1981 we will be celebrating our 
75th year in Mount Zion W.M.U. and at our March 17 meeting our state executive 
secretary, Nancy Curtis, will be with us. On April 4, 1981, there will be a regional 
Baptist Women seminar at Burlington First with Suthell Walker, B.W. director of 
North Carolina, leading. On August 20, 1981 Mount Zion W.M.U. is planning a 
missions night out. 

36. The brotherhood report was given by Charles Surles who referred those present 
to page 5. He praised Andy Brown, Royal Ambassador director, for the work he is 
doing and also called our attention to our new Baptist Men director. Bill McGk>wan. 
Mr. Surles announced to the session the Baptist Men's meeting in Goldsboro on 
November 8-9. 

37. Reverend Larry Thompson presented the church music report found on page 
14 of the Book of Reports. 

38. In the absence of Reverend Steve Hearne, attention was called to the youth 
coordinator report on page 9. 

39. The messengers present voted to adopt the above listied departments reports. 

40. All in attendance sang the hymn, "Victory in Jesus." 

41. The first segment of our audio-visual presentation was given under the super- 
vision of Dan Euliss from the communications department of our state convention. 

A. Social Ministries 

1. Baptist Hospital 

2. Children's Homes 

3. Homes for the Aging 

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B. General Board 

1. Need of new churches 

2. Statewide convention in 1981, November 2-4 with our black Baptist friends 

3. Regional simultaneous revivals in Spring 1982 

4. Refugee resettlement ministry 

5. Cooperative agreements with the associations 

42. In the absence of Dr. Dale Steele, evangelism chairman, attention was called to 
page 16 of the Book or Reports. 

43. Mrs. Frances Martin brought the report of the Ordinations Committee in the 
absence of Dr. Ralph Jones. This report is on page 14 of the Book of Reports. 

44. Time, Place, and Preacher Committee report was given by Reverend Earl Ep- 
person, as shown on page 15 of the Book of Reports. 

45. There was a motion for acceptance and all three of the above reports were ac- 
cepted by those present. 

46. Mr. Wayne Drumheller, area representative of our Baptist children's homes, 
reported that 241 children have been served since our Emergency Home was opened 
in Burlington. 

47. Mr. Dan Euliss presented audio-visuals on Christian higher education in our 
state and the following S.B.C agencies: Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Con- 
vention, Sunday School Board, and Annuity Board. 

48. There was no miscellaneous business to be taken care of at this session. 
Reverend Earl Epperson thanked many people for their prayers and concern during 
his recent illness, and praised God for his miraculous recovery to the present point. 
The clerk reported 481 total attendance for the three sessions. 

49. Mrs. Mable Lassiter, historian, presented her report of the history of Brook- 
wood Baptist Church, as shown on pages 18 and 19 of the Book of Reports. She added 
much to her report from her having "been there" and participating in the begin- 
nings of this church. Her report was adopted. 

50. Miss Lenna Rudd, chairman of the Memorials Committee, read the list of de- 
ceased members of our churches. She read a lovely poem and led in a special prayer. 
The Memorials Committee recommended that the 1979-80 minutes be dedicated to 
Reverend Robert L. Councilman, a former minister who served in our association. 
This recommendation was adopted. 

51. Reverend Robert Pierce presented the report of the Resolutions Committee and 
this is shown elsewhere in the minutes. This report was adopted. 

52. The messengers and visitors sang the hymn, "I Am Thine, O Lord." 

53. Dr. Howard Silver, gave his report as shown on pages 6 and 7 of the Book of 
Reports. 

54. Ms. Frieda Matkins, music director of the host church, blessed us with a special 
rendition of the 23rd Psalm. 

55. The session was adjourned with the singing of "Bless Be the Tie." 




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Reports 

presented to the 

1980 

Mount Zion Baptist 

Association 



Reports 

Director of Missions Report 



While browsing through the history of Mount Zion Baptist Association, I came 
across an interesting incident, among many others, that is worth recalling. 

The incident concerns the selection of a name for our association when it was or- 
ganized on September 23, 1870. The name "New Hope" was suggested. The name 
"New Hope" was proposed in honor of New Hope Creek which ran nearby. The 
Reverend Mr. W.R. Gwaltney, a pastor in the newly formed association, objected to 
the name "New Hope." He contended that that name was inappropriate for the new 
association because the waters of the creek in his words, "were too sluggish." 

Perhaps the Reverend Mr. Gwaltney said more than he realized. I should like to 
hope that his words were prophetic. It is our mutual responsibility to see that our 
association does not become "sluggish." 

The past year has been a busy one for our association. We have begun two new 
ministries, and they have progressed well. Our ministry to our Indo-Chinese friends 
(refugees) has demanded much time and attention, and we will need to continue this 
ministry throughout the coming year. Our ministry to students at £lon College was 
begun last January, and it is off to an even better start this academic year (see the 
Missions Committee's report on page 8, Book of Reports, for more details about these 
new ministries). 

The quarterly meetings have resulted in a much broader participation of both 
churches and messengers in the ministry of our association. Fellowship among our 
people is at a high level. A pastors' support group and a pastors' wives support group 
have been organized, and they are functioning well. We shall continue to utilize our 
opportunities and resources to the greatest possible advantage to enhance and in- 
crease a genuine sense of Christian fellowship among our churches and people. 

I commend the churches in our association for their prompt and generous response 
to the financial needs of the Eastlawn Church. This is another indication of the high 
level of mutual care and sharing that are so essential to our ministry as a Baptist 
association. 

The need and opportunity to extend our association's ministry into areas yet un- 
touched by our witness are challenging. The Home Mission Board and the Baptist 
State Convention stand ready now to cooperate with us in having a full time Christian 
social ministries director in our association. This would enable our association to of- 
fer in our own area many of the same types of ministry that are being offered in other 
areas in our nation by the Home Mission Board and in North Carolina by the Baptist 
State Convention. 

Much thought and study have been given to the possibility of our taking this bold 
step in associational ministry. In my judgment it will require another year of prepar- 
ation and planning. I ask you to join your Missions Committee in prayer as we seek 
God's will for us in this vital area of associational ministries. 

The lack of funds continues to limit our ability to minister as an association. I join 
your Finance Conunittee in requesting our churches to move toward giving to associ- 
ational missions on a percentage basis. We do not need money for money's sake. 
However, it does require money to provide Christian ministries, and our churches 
are the source from which our funds for ministry come. 

As we move into a new associational year, I should like to mention four exciting 
and promising events that deserve not only our interest, but also our mutual concern 
and commitment. 

For the first time, as far as I know, the annual Home Mission Study, scheduled for 
February 15-18, 1981, will focus upon the association as a viable missions entity. I 



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urge churches to plan well for this mission study, and I encourage the broadest 
possible participation. Audio-visuals and other materials are being prepared by your 
association to help with this study. 

Association Emphasis Week is scheduled for the week of May 17-23, 1981. This is 
an excellent opportunity to inform our people about the nature, purpose, and objec- 
tives of our association. We stand ready to help in any way we can in this regard. 

There will be a concentrated emphasis in 1981 upon the meaning of discipleship. 
It's called "Churchmanship," and you will hear much about it. It is my prayer that 
we shall be sensitive and hospitable to this effort to strengthen our churches and our 
people for their Christian responsibilities. 

Finally, we are looking toward and making plans for simultaneous revivals in the 
spring of 1982. This will be a statewide evangelistic outreach, the theme of wich is 
"Here's Hope." We shall be cooperating with the black churches of the General Bap- 
tist Convention in this effort to reach the unsaved in our state for Christ. While you 
will be hearing much more about this later, we need now to be praying that God will 
use Baptists in North Carolina, both black and white, in an unprecedented way to 
win lost people. 

In conclusion, I express my sincere appreciation for your confidence and coopera- 
tion. I am honored to be your director of missions, and I thank God for the privilege 
of serving in this association. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Howard Silver 

Director of Missions 

Quarterly Associational Meetings 

The following is a condensation of minutes of the January, April, and July meet- 
ings. 

On January 14, 1980 the association met with the Holly Hill Baptist Church. Dr. 
Dale Steele brought a recommendation from the Coordinating Council that a space 
study be made of our associational office. The Coordinating Council recommended 
that we empower the Properties Committee to determine whether any additional 
space was needed and report their findings to the association at the July meeting. 
This motion was carried. Mrs. Louise Booth, W.M.U. director, called attention to 
the Home Mission Study Institute to be held January 24, as well as the state W.M.U. 
Convention scheduled for March 14-15. Tom Hill, chairman of the Missions Com- 
mittee, reported that the family we were expecting from Cambodia would soon 
arrive. At that time we were expecting two brothers, a cousin, and a sister-in-law. 
Mr. Hill requested furniture and needed items to house these refugees. Edna Smith 
announced the survival English course to be taught on January 18 and would be 
especially helpful to those planning to work with these refugees. Rev. William Cash- 
man III, pastor of Brookwood Baptist Church, was welcomed into our association. 
Our guest speaker was Dr. James E. TuU, retired professor of systematic theology at 
Southeastern Seminary. He spoke on the "Doctrine of Missions." 

The April meeting was hosted by Eastlawn Baptist Church, with special emphasis 
on the 150th anniversary of our Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Miss 
Sara Ann Hobbs, director of the division of missions of our state convention talked 
about the new publication, "Baptists Working Together." Dr. Howard Silver spoke 
of our "Reason for Being as an Association" and Mr. James Powell, director of 
Cooperative Program Promotion with the Stewardship Commission S.B.C. brought a 
tremendous message to those present on "Mission Support." 

On July 18, 1980 the association met at Mebane First Baptist Church for our Key 
Leadership Conference. Tommy and Susan McDearis of Cane Creek, Phillip Nor- 



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wood of Northside, and Felton Massey of Glencoe were introduced by the director of 
missions, and these new pastors and wives were warmly welcomed. The Properties 
Committee gave their report at this meeting and it was voted to accept this special 
report from this committee. A special guest was Jim Simpson of the church training 
department of our state convention who led the conference on church training. 
Special speaker for the meeting was Reverend Jim Royston, pastor of Carolina Pines 
Baptist Church of Raleigh who spoke on "Church Growth." 

Sunday School Report 

The purpose and goals of every Sunday school are to REACH and TEACH people 
about Jesus Christ. To help them understand the good news about His gift to us - 
eternal life with Him in heaven. 

To help you, the churches of Mount Zion Baptist Association, to accomplish this 
imperative command, we stand dedicated to do all in our power to help you accom- 
plish those goals. 

The Mount Zion Sunday school staff has been to several training sessions this year: 

a) ASSIST Training Institute at Ridgecrest 

b) Associational Key Leadership at Ridgecrest 

Training has been offered at the quarterly meetings and it has been so wonderful 
to see the hungry f>eople come from a few churches to feed on the "bread of life." 
There is room for so many more ! 

The Vacation Bible School Clinic was very well attended, yet some of you couldn't 
find a representative for each age group. 

The days are short and we must readjust our priorities to see what the Lord has in 
store for us. Is it to be pain and frustration or is it possible through careful prayer, 
studying His word, and obeying His command that we can be happy, fruitful, and 
continue in the "Joy of the Lord" throughout whatever befalls us.^ 

I challenge you, each one, that if your Sunday school needs improvement, then 
"you decide" that it will be done! If you need help, ask for it. If the associational 
Sunday school staff cannot do it, we will all pray together and reach out into other 
areas (state and S.B.C.) until the best available will be there to fulfill that need. 
Pray, go, ask ! 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jim Hallsey 

( Sunday School Director 

Brotherhood Report 

We in the brotherhood department are thankful and praise God for the year 1980 
as we saw quite a few changes throughout the year. 

1. We wiir no longer be known as the brotherhood but as of this year we will be 
known as Baptist Men. 

2. After a lot of praying and searching, God sent Andy Brown from Grove Park 
Baptist Church to be our R.A. director. Andy started immediately by having 
our first associational track meet which was very well attended by the churches 
in our association. We had over 125 boys in the different events. We plan these 
track meets annually along with other activities. Andy Brown will be contacting 
all the churches in the association about organizing an effective R.A. program 
in their church. Thank you, Andy, for a good job and we give God the glory. 

3. God also sent us W.D. (Bill) McGowan from Glen Hope Baptist Church as our 
Baptist Men director. Bill will have a big undertaking and will need the prayers 
and help of everyone in the association. He will be contacting all the pastors in 



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the association about implementing all the different Baptist Men programs in 
their churches and will surely need their help. 
There are a lot more exciting things that have happened throughout the year but 
we will not take the space to recall them all. We do thank God for each and every one 
of them. 

We are looking forward to 1981, and I know that I speak for Bill McGowan and 
Andy Brown in asking again for your prayers and cooperation in helping to make 
this the best year yet. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles M. Surles 

Brotherhood Director 

Emergency Care Home Report 

The Burlington Emergency Care Home served 34 children and their families 
during 1979. In addition to the quality of emergency child care other services were 
rendered including family counseling, problem solving sessions with families and 
children, and long term placement planning for children in care. Many families 
were reunited as a result of the emergency placement at the Burlington Emergency 
Home. 

The Burlington Emergency Home will continue to be a vital resource for immedi- 
ate child care placement in the future. The enthusiastic support from the churches 
in the Mount Zion Association and the countless individuals across the state make this 
ministry possible. 

A word of thanks and appreciation is due to all the dedicated individuals who have 
supported the Emergency Care Home this past year. 

Resj>ectfully, 

Wayne Drumheller, Director 

Burlington Emergency Care Home 

Youth Coordinator Report 

On Saturday, March 15, 1980, there was an associational Youth Night held at 
Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church. There was very good response from several of the 
churches within the Mount Zion Association. Approximately 125 youth and leaders 
attended this time of fellowship together. The evening began with a few games to 
"break the ice." This was followed by refreshments and the showing of the film, 
"The Cross and the Switchblade." The film presented the story of a former gang 
leader, Nicky Cruz, and his conversion to Christianity. The reaction and comments 
concerning this event were very favorable, and I believe the evening was successful in 
allowing the youth of the association to come together for both fellowship and 
growth. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stephen Z. Hearne 
Youth Coordinator 

Ordination Committee Report 

The Ordination Committee of the Mount Zion Baptist Association met on April 
10, 1980 at the request of the Grove Park Baptist Church to examine David Morton 
as a candidate for the gospel ministry. It was the unanimous decision of the commit- 
tee to recommend his ordination. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ralph E. Jones, Jr. Chairman 

Ordination Committee 



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Missions Committee Report 

The Missions Committee, in keeping with the action taken by the association dur- 
ing the October meeting last year, has extended the ministry of our association into 
two vital areas. The first area is that of refugee sponsorship, and the second area is 
that of establishing a presence and ministry on the campus of Elon College. 

Two Indo-Chinese families were welcomed into our association and provided 
homes in the Brookwood Gardens Apartment complex. 

Si Coan Chang and Chi Choan Chang arrived on January 22, 1980. A Mui Vong, a 
widow of 11 years, and her son, Khinh, arrived on May 8. While our ministry to 
these homeless f>eople has progressed well, it has required much effort and involve- 
ment on the part of many p)eople of our association. Moreover, certain adjustments in 
our approach to this ministry have been necessary when changing circumstances 
warranted them. 

Si Coan Chang chose to move to Utah the first of September, 1980. He wanted to be 
with friends who live there. Chi Choan Chang, who arrived with him, is living with 
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keasler, members of the Holly Hill Baptist Church. He is cur- 
rently attending Williams High School. A Mui Vong is employed at home by a local 
textile firm, and her son, Khinh is attending Hillcrest School. 

Our ministry to these people is a continuing one and your prayers, interest, and 
support are needed. 

Our association began a student ministry at Elon College last year. This ministry 
has also progressed well, thanks to Brenda Beam, Bruce Martin, and Alan Riley. 

Prospects for a broader ministry on the Elon Campus for this school year are more 
promising. This is evidenced by more student interest, and a larger number of the 
students who are responding to our efforts. This too is an ongoing ministry that de- 
serves all our prayers and support. 

The Emergency Care Home ministry continues to be strong and effective. The 
ministry of our association in the area of emergency care has become a model for a 
number of other associations which have moved into this particular area of Christian 
ministry. 

Some repair work at the Emergency Care Home has been completed under the 
direction of Mr. Ralph Wilson, but some additional repair work remains to be done 
by the owner of the Emergency Care Home. 

We would like to point out pressing needs in different areas of ministry: (a) week- 
day ministries: literacy, Big "A" Clubs, Backyard Bible Clubs and counseling; (b) 
youth/children and family ministries; (c) singles ministry; (d) senior adult ministry; 
(e) foster grandparents; (f) prison ministry; (g) exceptional people ministry; (h) 
migrant ministry; (i) crisis intervention for emergencies; (j) disaster relief; (k) drug 
abuse ministry; (1) alchohol abuse ministry; and (m) criminal justice system. 

If we are to expand the ministry of Mt. Zion, the Missions Committee would like 
for each of you to pray for much needed help in this area. We as a committee know 
that part-time help will not be enough. We would like to project in the near future a 
full-time person for this task. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Tom Hill, Chairman 

Volunteer Coordinator Report 

On March 1, 1980, Reu Kayle assumed the position of volunteer coordinator in 
cooperation with the association and the state convention. This position had former- 
ly been held by Mrs. Brenda Beam. 

During prior months, a need has surfaced within the association to begin a minis- 



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try to single adults under the 40-year age group. Several planning meetings with six 
singles resulted in a fellowship hour planned for March 22, at the Eastlawn Baptist 
Church, with 23 singles participating. Plans were made for an informal game night 
to take place on April 12, with special provisions for the children. Further plans were 
made for another game night in May and a cookout and picnic in June, both of 
which included the children. The plans for July included a trip to Carowinds and an 
all day picnic to Tanglewood Park. 

A weekly ministry to Care-Inn was begun in April, including crafts, music and 
visitation. Volunteers from six churches, including Grove Park, Kinnett Memorial, 
Colonial Hills, Holly Hill, Burlington First and Nail Memorial, participated in the 
weekly visits. In June, Reu carried the puppet team to Care-Inn for a program of 
skits and music. 

Reu underwent major surgery early in July, consequently many Christian social 
ministry plans and activities had to be canceled or curtailed. Feeling that she was not 
physically able to resume her responsibilities, Reu resigned the position of volunteer 
coordinator effective October 1, 1980. 

Submitted by Reu Kayle 

Evangelism Cominittee Report 

Our great responsibility is to proclaim the message of the gospel with clarity and 
enthusiasm under the authority of the Holy Spirit. Evangelism isn't complete until 
those who respond are shepherded into a loving fellowship of redeemed persons who 
are growing in grace and knowledge. 

The new life in Christ shows in all of our motives, attitudes and actions. As we 
grow in Christ, we seek to do three things that are essential. 

1. To seek earnestly to be completely assured in our hearts and minds that the only 
hope for us and all people is Christ - Christ as He and His gosi>el are revealed by 
the Holy Spirit through the Bible, the inspired and inerrant Word of God. 

2. To propose to engage daily in searching the Scriptures and in praying for spiri- 
tual revival in the churches. Some have made a beginning in this vital matter 
and all other Christians should join them and continue steadfastly therein. 

3. To proclaim faithfully "publicly and from house to house" (Acts 20:20) the 
glorious gospel of Christ, and to make this purpose central in all church plans, 
programs and activities. 

I am grateful to Clarence Vaughn for setting forth these "musts" in 1969. They are 
true more than a decade later. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Dale O. Steele, Chairman 

Evangelism Committee 

Music Report 

Music brings much excitement into our worship and brings us closer together as a 
fellowship of believers. Certainly ther^ would be a vacant place in the life of our 
churches as well as our association without a music ministry. 

Two of the highlights of the 1979 annual meeting were the mini concerts presented 
by the "Celebration Singers" and Ms. Olive Jenkins on the harp. These were extra 
special and created such a feeling of warmth to get our meeting off to a good start. 
Many others have helped to provide music throughout the year such as Judy Ritchie 
of Graham, First. David McMillan of Mebane, First, J.C. Pierce of Haw River, 
First, Alan Riley of Holly Hill and others. We appreciate their service to our Lord 
and the association in this way. 



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Many activities are coming up in the new year which will be of interest to you, and 
I hope you will take advantage of the opportunities made available to you. Some im- 
portant dates are listed below: 

March 6-7 State Youth Choir Festival Calvary, Winston-Salem 

April 27-29 North Carolina Music Conference Caraway 

June 29- July 4 Children's Choir Camp Caswell 

July 6-10 Children's Choir Camp Mars Hill 

July 6-10 Youth Music Week Camp Truett 

July 27-Aug. 1 Youth/Adult Music Conference Caswell 

October 2-3 Music Approved Worker Training Caraway 

and Music in Evangelism Con- 
ference 
These are only a few of the opportumties coming your way. I urge you or your 
choir to take part. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Larry Thompson, Director 

Associational Music 



Finance Committee Report 



"Moreover it is required of a steward that he be found faithful. " (I Cor. 4:2) 
"To whom much is given . . . mu^h is required ..." (Luke 12:48) 
The plumb-line of scripture calls us to the task of evaluating our stewardship pri- 
orities. This present decade is calling for Christians to examine their commitments. 
Are we tied more to Christ or culture? Is our concern more for our ease or the world's 
needs? 

The Finance Committee would like to suggest to the Mount Zion Baptist Associa- 
tion the following: 

1. That each church examine its own stewardship priorities and adjust them to be- 
come more mission oriented. 

2. That Baptists lead the way in seeking to simplify lifestyles in order that more 
can be given to missions and ministries. 

3. That each congregation give a definite percentage of their budget to associa- 
tional missions so that we can more effectively minister in this area. 

4. That budget committees and congregations reemphasize the Bold Advance goals 
set forth for the next few years and seek to reach them. 

These are days when we must not react with fear and selfishness. Rather we are 
called to go forth in faith and selflessness. We have access to all that we need to do all 
that the Father desires of us. 

The Finance Committee recommends that the ministry proposals for 1981 be ap- 
poved as presented on page 23 in the Book of Advanced Reports. 

Moreover, the Finance Committee recommends that Section VII, Capital Improve- 
ments, be underwritten with funds from the association's capital improvement ac- 
count. By way of explanation, the association has $25,000.00 in a capital fund and 
the use of monies from this account must be approved by the association. 

Your Finance Committee stands ready to assist you as we enter these challenging 
days. 

In planning for the future remember these words . . . "Seek first the Kingdom of 
God and His righteousness." This done . . . our Father will see to it that our needs are 
met. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James Ballard, Chairman 

Finance Committee 



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Coordinating G)uncil Report 

The Coordinating Council, comprised of the moderator, the four vice moderators, 
and the director of missions, has met regularly on a monthly basis during the year. 
The council has been available to the director of missions for counsel and advice, and 
the council has been aware of all matters of concern that affect the life and ministry 
of the association. 

In July, 1980, the council sent a letter to our churches describing the financial 
needs of the Eastlawn congregation. The response to this letter was both prompt and 
generous. As of October, 1980, $10,955.80 has come through the associational office 
designated for Eastlawn. The Coordinating Council acknowledges, with gratitude 
and appreciation, the response our churches have made regarding this particular 
need. 

The council also acknowledges with gratitude the support for associational 
missions that our churches have provided during the past year. Moreover, it en- 
courages every church to participate fully in the life of the association and to share its 
varied ministries. 

The Coordinating Counsil offers two recommendations to the association. 
Recommendation No. 1 

That, upon the recommendation from the Personnel Committee, Mrs. Diane F. 
Smith be called as associational bookkeeper-secretary to replace Mrs. Edna J. Smith 
whose resignation becomes effective October 31, 1980. Diane will work five hours per 
day, five days per week. Her beginning salary is to be $5,200.00 per year. 
Recommendation No. 2 

That thfe Properties Committee be authorized to excercise options 2 through 6 of- 
fered in its report that was presented to the association at its July meeting, relative to 
the need for additional space in the associational office. Options 2 through 6 of the 
Properties Committee report are: 

2. Authorize the Properties Committee to determine the feasibility of providing 
additional office space on the associational property. 

3. Authorize the Properties Committee and Finance Committee to explore ways 
and means of financing an addition to the present office facility. 

4. Authorize the Properties Committee to determine the feasibility of providing a 
new associational office facility, and gather preliminary data, including possible 
location, size of building needed, estimated construction costs and length of con- 
struction time. 

5. Authorize the Properties Committee and Finance Committee to explore ways 
and means of financing construction of a new office facility. 

6. Authorize the Properties Committee to have the associational property appraised 
and determine whether it can he sold for its current value. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. Howard Silver, Chairman 

Associational Coordinating Council 

Woman's M&ionary Union 

1979-80 

Woman's Missionary Union reached the highest level of recognition again in 1979- 
80 as we were "Distinguished" on the associational W.M.U. achievement guide. Our 
emphasis, "Life Changing Commitments" as it relates to Bold Going, Bold Growing, 
Bold Praying, and Bold Giving, was emphasized throughout this year. All the age- 
level activities carried out this emphasis in mission study, mission action, direct 



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evangelism, and mission support. 

We are happy to recognize the following W.M.U. organizations for their achieve- 
ments in 1978-79: 

DISTINGUISHED ADVANCED MERIT 

Mebane, First Altamahaw Burlington, First 

(12 consecutive years) Cane Creek Graham, First 

Hocutt Memorial Fairview Hillsborough, First 

Kinnett Memorial Grove Park 

West Hill Moore's Chapel 

Northside 
Swepsonville 
The 74th annual session of Mount Zion Baptist Association W.M.U. met at Hills- 
borough, First on March 18, 1980 with 251 attending representing 30 churches and 
17 pastors. We were challenged about our Bold Mission Thrust through Reu Kayle, 
Dr. Howard Silver, and Carolyn and Ricky Faulk. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mitchiner 
were our guest missionary speakers sharing with us their experiences on foreign and 
home fields. 

Let us remember daily in prayer these missionaries from our own association. 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight and family, Benin, West Africa 
Miss Phyllis Thomas, Chile, South America 
Rev. and Mrs. Jay Waugh, Montpelier, Vermont 
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Faulk, Volunteer missions awaiting appointment 
Ms. Reu Kayle, Volunteer Coordinator 

Committed to serve Him, 
Louise Booth, W.M.U. Director 

W.M.U. Officers 1979-80 

W.M.U. Director: Mrs. H.D. Booth, P.O. Box 533, Haw River 27258; 578-0158 

North Graham 
Assistant W.M.U. Director: Ms. Beverly Alford, 2-C Brookwood Garden Apts., 

Burlington 27215; 228-6009 Grove Park 
Members-at-large: Mrs. Bill Ward, Rt. 3 Box 360, Liberty 27298; Mount Zion 

Group II 
Members-at-large: Mrs. Carlton Prickett, 703 Westbrook Dr., Burlington 27215; 

Group III 584-9130 Burlington, First 

Group Leaders: Mrs. Max Gartner, P.O. Box 34, Saxapahaw 27340; 376-6235 

Group I Moore's Chapel 

Mrs. Parker Wood, Rt. 6 Box 10, Mebane 27302; 563-6469 

Mebane, First 
Group Leaders: Mrs. Craig Sox, Sr., Rt 1 Box 14, Haw River 27258; 578-0024 

Group II Haw River, First 

Group Leaders: Miss Lenna Rudd, 407 Logan St., Burlington 27215; 227-8249 

Group III Hocut Memorial 

Nominating Committee: Mrs. Vance Forrester, Jr., 2610 Clarendon Rd., Burlington 

27215; 584-1680 Glen Hope 
Mrs. Shurrell Creech, 2604 Clarendon Rd., Burlington 

27215; 584-9420 Holly Hill 
Mrs. Jessie I. Grubb, Rt. 5 Box 263, Chapel Hill 27514; 

942-1901 Antioch 
Miss Rebecca Crawford, Rt. 1 Box 119, Chapel Hill 27514; 

942-3418 Cane Creek 
Mrs. Earl Harden, P.O. Box 3247, Burlington 27215; 

376-6130 Moore's Chapel 

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1980 
Seventy-Fourth Annual Session 

Woman's Missionary Union 
Mount Zion Baptist Association 



yir Mission 
■na^ Thrust 

LeTThe ^By* 
Church 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Hillsborough North Carolina 

MARCH 18, 1980 

'^ 
Mrs. Louise Booth, Presiding 



Life-Changing Commitments 

5:00 p.m. 

Organ Prelude 

Invocation Dr. Tom Denton 

Hymn - No. 455 "We've A Story To Tell" 

Welcome Mrs. Miriam AUred 

Call to Prayer Mrs. Carolyn Faulk 

Business 

Recognitions 

Place Committee Mrs. Josephine Cox 

Report of Bylaws Committee Mrs. Evelyn Kelly 

Election of Officers Mrs. Carol Forrester 

Age-Level Reports "Life-Changing Commitments" 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Shirley Bradley 

Hymn - No. 141 "I Love to Tell the Story" 

Associational Missions Dr. Howard Silver 

Prayer of Commitment and Blessing Dr. Howard Silver 

Supper 6:30 p.m. 

Group #1: Mrs. Max Cartner and Mrs. Parker Wood - Group Leaders 
Antioch Cross Roads Mars Hill 

Bethel Edgewood McDuffie Memorial 

Cane Creek Fairview Mebane First 

Colonial Hills Hillsborough First Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar Oak Grove Swepsonville 

West Hill 

Bold Mission Thrust 

7:30 p.m. 

Organ Prelude 

Hymn - No. 457 "Send the Light" 

Recognition of Pastors and Wives Dr. and Mrs. Howard Silver 

Dedicatory Prayer Dr. Howard Silver 

Hymn "Stir Thy Church O God" 

Offering 

"My Personal Commitment" Ms. Reu Kayle 

Introduction of Speakers Mrs. Lucy Smith 

Sp>ecial Music Miss Anna Daniek 

Message Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mitchiner 

Prayer of Commitment 

Music Miss Anna Daniels, Director 

Mrs. Tom Ward, Organist 
Ushers Baptist Young Women 




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Treasurer's Report 

March 1, 1979 - March 1, 1980 

Receipts 

Promotional Fund 1978-1979 - 1 church $ 10.00 

Promotional Fund 1979-1980 - 29 churches 755.90 

Offering - Annual Meeting 3/20/79 185.35 

Offering - Leadership <:k)nference 9/79 64.10 

Reimbursement from leaders for Ridgecrest 

reservations for 1979 conference 150.00 

Refund from G.A. activity not used 1977-1978 34.39 

Literacy Books - Lauback* 2.25 

B.W. retreat speaker's contribution to W.M.U.** 15.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $1,216.99 

Churches Contributing to Promotional Fund 1979-1980 

Alamance Haw River $ 9.00 

Altamahaw $24.65 Hillsborough, First 37.50 

Antioch 25.00 Hocutt Memorial 57.00 

Bethel 7.50 Holly Hill 

Brockwood 11.25 Kinnett Memorial 30.00 

Burlington, First 126.75 Mars Hill 

Calvary McDuffie Memorial 6.75 

Cane Creek 10.00 Mebane, First 40.50 

City Lake 10.00 Moore's Chapel 19.50 

Colonial Hills 6.00 Mount Adar 7.50 

Cross Roads 17.25 Mount Zion 18.00 

Eastlawn Nail Memorial 6.00 

Edge wood 7.50 New Hope 

Elon, First North Graham 

Fairview Northside 24.75 

Fellowship Oak Grove 6.75 

Glencoe 9.00 Ossipee 

Glen Hope 65.25 Riverside 18.00 

Glen Raven Swepsonville 24.00 

Graham, First 69.00 West Hill 9.00 

Grove Park 52.50 

W.M.U. voted at Leadership Conference September 1979 to increase the promo- 
tional fund from $0.50 to $0.75 per B.W. and B.Y.W. member in each church as 
listed in associational newsletter. 

**B.W. speaker donated $15.00 to W.M.U. to be used as council saw fit - council 
voted to give the $15.00 to Emergency Home. 

Disbursements Budgeted Amount Used 

Mission Action $ 60.00 $ 45.78 

Baptist Women 50.00 25.00 

Baptist Young Women 50.00 28.80 

Acteens Council training 60.00 60.00 

Acteens officers' convention (every 2 years) 50.00 85.00 

Acteens banquet 25.15 

Girls-in-Action 75.00 63.97 
Mission Friends 15.00 



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120.00 


166.00 


100.00 


75.00 


85.00 


75.49 


50.00 


42.20 


25.00 


50.86 


75.00 


25.00 


50.00 


46.60 



W.M.U. Mundo Vista Workshop 
Ridgecrest directors' expenses + + 
W.M.U. annual meeting expenses 
Postage, telephone, printing 
Age-level Leadership Conference 
State convention directors' expenses + + 
Miscellaneous 

+ + More than 1 director 
Ridgecrest reservations for leaders for 1980 

conference to be reimbursed 132.00 

Literacy books-Lauback* Mt. Zion Association 

Money collected '78-'79 (2.25 + 2.25 red'd) 4.50 

History of W.M.U. in North Carolina - Books 

purchased for women in association to use 16.00 

Home Missions Institute - Mundo Vista 19.50 

Emergency Home** (B.W. speaker's donation) 15.00 

TOTALS $ 865.00 $1,001.85 

Summary 

Balance Brought Forward 3/1/79 $ 646.58 

Plus Receipts 3/1/79-3/1/80 1,216.99 

Total ^ $1,863.57 

Disbursements 3/1/79 -3/1/80 1,001.85 

Balance as of 3/1/80 $861.72 

Respectfully submitted. 
Barber P. Brinkley, Treasurer 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 

The Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated is an institution of 
the Baptist State Convention and provides a Christian ministry of child care and 
family services. 

During the past three years, members of the board of trustees and members of the 
administrative staff of the homes completed an in-depth evaluation of the institution's 
total program of services. We share three significant statements from that report. 
"The advancement of this mission and ministry requires (1) wise and resourceful 
leadership, (2) a well trained and highly skilled staff who really care for chil- 
dren, (3) a carefully planned program of child care and family services, (4) ap- 
propriate physical facilities, (5) adequate funds and sound fiscal policy, and (6) 
the confidence and support of an informed and devoted constituency. 
"At this time the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated is in a 
position of strength. This strength comes ultimately from God and is discoverable 
in the commitment, the competence, and the faithful work of His people engaged 
in this ministry. 
"This is not a time for complacency in child care and family services in North 
Carolina. It is a time for rigorous study, reflective planning, earnest prayer, and 
courageous action." 
Progress is being made in implementing recommendations from the trustee 
evaluation more adequately to make all services of the Baptist Children's Homes of 
North Carolina readily available to people who need our help anywhere in the state. 
Nine family services areas are being designated as follows: Asheville, Charlotte, 
Thomasville, Kinston, Pembroke, Raleigh, Hickory, Jacksonville and Ahoskie. 

The lives of more than 4,500 people were affected in a significant way by the ser- 
vices of the Baptist Children's Homes during the past year. Fifteen hundred of these 
were children for whom you helped to provide care and related services. While ser- 

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ving children and young people, work was being done with important adults, in their 
lives. 

Necessary to the fulfillment of the mission of the Baptist Children's Homes are 
people resources, financial resources and spiritual resources. We are blessed with all 
of these. You, along with many other friends, assure us of your continuing concern 
for the well-being of neglected and dependent children through your prayers, 
through your giving and through various types of involvement. Members of our 
board of trustees and members of our staff, with your assistance, are dedicated to .a 
continuing Christian ministry to children and members of their families. 

Submitted by, 

W.A. Wagoner 

Baptist Children's Homes 

of North Carolina, Inc. 

Report of the Resolutions Committee 

WHEREAS, the 1980 session of the Mount Zion Baptist Association has been gra- 
ciously received by the Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church, the First Baptist Church of 
Mebane, and the Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church, and whereas, this association 
has been led by very capable leadership: 

be it resolved that we express our sincere appreciation 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION 

1) to these host churches and their pastors for their hospitality and the use of their 
facilities; 

2) to all of our associational officers for their outstanding leadership; 

3) to the various committees, speakers, and musicians for a most informative and 
inspirational session; 

4) to our Director of Missions Dr. Howard Silver, for his capable leadership of this 
association; 

5) to Ms. Mona Silver and Ms. Edna Smith for their outstanding service to the asso- 
ciation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Rob Pierce, Chairman 

Committee on Resolutions 

Digest of Letters 1980 









Members 




Gifts 


Total % 


Gifts 






Member- 


Per 


Total 


Per 


Mission 


To 




Baptisms 


ship 


Baptism 


Gifts 


Memb. 


Gifts 


Miss. 


Alamance, First 


13 


280 


22 


$ 51,543 


$184 


$ 10,711 


21 


Altamahaw 


12 


608 


51 


94,243 


155 


10,364 


11 


Antioch 


3 


404 


135 


59,869 


148 


9,141 


15 


Bethel 


4 


186 


46 


13,158 


71 


1,545 


11 


Brookwood 


IS 


178 


14 


75.484 


424 


2,811 


4 


Burlington, First 


28 


1.520 


54 


359,565 


237 


93,516 


26 


Calvary 


31 


652 


21 


100,690 


154 


3,842 


4 


Cane Creek 


4 


232 


58 


33.704 


145 


8,126 


24 


aty Lake 


9 


185 


21 


28,865 


156 


1,772 


6 


Colonial Hill 


7 


81 


12 


21.787 


269 


2,313 


10 


Cross Roads 


7 


262 


37 


25.973 


99 


3.876 


15 


Eastlawn 





431 


_ 


80,122 


186 


4,623 


5 


Edgewood 


5 


188 


38 


26,828 


143 


4,249 


16 


Elon CoUege, First 


6 


309 


51 


74,999 


243 


1,808 


2 


Fairview 


1 


217 


217 


29,761 


137 


5,258 


18 


Fellowship 


7 


224 


32 


47,877 


214 


8,681 


18 



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Glencoe 
Glen Hope 
Glen Raven 
Graham, First 
Grove Park 
Haw River 
Hillsborough, First 
Hocutt Memorial 
Holly Hill 
Kinnett Memorial 
Mars HiU 

McDuf fie Memorial 
Mebane, First 
Moore's Chapel 
Mount Adar 
Mount Zion 
NaU 

New Hope 
North Graham 
Northside 
Oak Grove 
Ossipee 
Riverside 
Swepsonville 
West Hill 



875 
179 
1,195 
1,009 
375 
439 
625 
305 
485 
263 
120 
658 
280 
86 
284 
154 

145 
375 
188 
197 
425 
424 
216 



76 
146 
30 
52 
50 
375 
219 

13 
44 
33 
40 
47 
56 

19 
31 

36 

188 

17 



71 



15,4 



21,766 

172,796 

61,963 

270.653 

237,527 

57,710 

130,976 

100,948 

107,491 

87,062 

57,823 

21,656 

118,503 

54,309 

20,556 

59,340 

31,376 

32,070 
69,873 
23,580 
25,059 
84,004 
53,381 
14,177 
3,039,067 



TOTALS 336 

Total Baptisms - 336 (last year 277) 

Total Membership - 15,488 (last year 14,825) 

In association it took 46 members to baptize one (last year 54) 

Average gifts per member - $196 (last year $179) 

Average gifts to missions was 17 percent of total gifts (last year 16 percent) 



95 
197 
346 
226 
235 
151 
298 
162 
352 
180 
220 
180 
180 
194 
239 
208 
203 

221 
186 
125 
127 
198 

65 
196 



4,428 
25,890 

5,743 
44,001 
54,633 

7,418 
17,134 
25,287 
13,484 
14,257 

4,723 

2,433 
31,663 

9,794 

1.818 
12.797 

1,608 

2,918 

16,029 

2,274 

4,559 

20,818 

9,306 

752 

506.403 



Report of Receipts 

Quarter Ending September 30, 1980 









Emergency 


Caiurch 


Gifts: July-Sept. 


Gifts to Date 


Care Home Refugees 


Alamance, First 




660.00 




Altamahaw 


360.00 


1,400.00 


130.00 


Antioch 


270.00 


830.00 




Bethel 


100.00 


300.00 




Brookwood 


211.63 


315.19 


105.81 


Burlington, First 




3,300.00 




Calvary 








Cane Creek 


300.00 


600.00 




aty Lake 


138.00 


395.00 




Colonial Hills 


70.55 


162.22 




Cross Roads 




353.30 




Eastlawn 


91.17 


773.86 




Edgewood 


102.00 


305.35 


45.52 


Elon College, First 


165.00 


660.00 




Fairview 


135.92 


441.88 




Fellowship 


332.40 


1,016.84 




Glencoe 


266.41 


588.55 




Glen Hope 


1,155.00 


3,465.00 




Glen Raven 




20.00 


40.00 


Graham, First 


1,050.00 


3,150.00 




Grove Park 


1,270.84 


3,145.84 





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Haw River, First 

Hilbborough, First 

Hocutt Memorial 

Holly Hill 

Kinnett Memorial 

Mars Hill 222.00 666.00 33.85 

McDuffie 

Mebane, First 437.49 1,300.01 3.00 

Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount Zion 

Nail Memorial 

New Hope 

North Graham 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Ossipee 

Riverside 162.47 446.17 30.30 25.00 

Swepsonville 

West Hill 



150.00 


433.33 




412.50 


1,200.00 




500.00 


1,250.00 




270.00 


1,035.00 


30.00 


649.97 


1,949.99 




222.00 


666.00 




100.00 


400.00 




437.49 


1,300.01 




90.00 


270.00 




96.25 


288.75 




540.00 


1,319.00 




50.00 


50.00 




30.00 


90.00 




160.00 


360.00 




687.16 


1,922.07 




100.00 


450.00 




273.84 


720.60 


106.00 


162.47 


446.17 


30.30 


270.00 


810.00 




11,220.60 


36,843.95 


487.63 


450.00 


1,125.00 




581.61 


1,116.56 




9,895.59 


9,895.59 





61.85 
North Carolina 

Convention 
Supplies and refunds 
Other income 
Emergency Care 

Home 487.63 1,098.97 

Miscellaneous 

Designated 161.00 7,550.05 

Refugees 61.85 1,401.84 

Designated for 

Eastlawn ^8,753.59 8,753.59 

TOTAL: $31,611.87 $67,785.55 

♦In addition to this figure, checks in the amount of $1,890.50 were received which 
were made payable to Eastlawn Church. 

Treasurer's Report 

Quarter Ending September 30, 1980 

July-Sept. 
1980 Budget Expenditures To Date 

I. Education and promotion, Sunday 
school, W.M.U., church training, 
brotherhood, music, evangelism, audio- 
visual, mission promotion 3,850.00 240.56 1,162.78 
II. Associational 

1. Office Operation 

2. Office Utilities 

3. Telephone 

4. Postage 

5. Equipment Maintenance 

6. New Equipment 

7. Printing of Minutes 

8. Auditing and Bonding 



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1,500.00 


1,021.25 


2,368.72 


1,125.00 


245.35 


703.35 


1,300.00 


477.27 


1,026.19 


1,000.00 


335.57 


793.83 


450.00 


50.00 


142.34 


1.950.00 


72.00 


1,839.85 


850.00 


631.00 


631.00 


80.00 




48.00 



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9. Insurance and Maintenance 


600.00 






10. Lawn Care 


200.00 


122.50 


297.50 


11. Amoriational Meetings Quarterly 


1,000.00 


292.22 


369.72 


III. Salaries and Allowances 








1. Director of Missions' Salary 


12,262.00 


3,065.70 


9,196.98 


Housing and Utilities 


5,500.00 


1,375.02 


4,124.98 


Car Allowance 


3,000.00 


750.00 


2,250.00 


Medical Insurance 


853.00 


213.06 


639.18 


Convention and Assemblies 


700.00 


175.02 


524.98 


Annuity-Retirement 


2,800.00 


700.02 


2,100.06 


Professional Expenses 


500.00 


124.98 


375.02 


2. Secretary-Associate Salary 


8,600.00 


2,319.54 


7,358.26 


Car Allowance 


1,000.00 




166.64 


Insurance 


700.00 


180.45 


348.27 


Annuity 


800.00 




200.04 


3. Secretary-Bookkeeper 


5,000.00 


1,249.98 


3,750.02 


Car Allowance 


600.00 


150.00 


450.00 


4. Part-time Clerical Assistance 




89.00 


267.00 


5. Janitor 


720.00 


180.00 


540.00 


6. Salary Adjustments-Staff 


1,500.00 






7. Treasurer's Salary 


300.00 


75.00 


225.00 


Car Allowance 


50.00 


12.50 


37.50 


8. Clerk's Salary 


300.00 


75.00 


225.00 


Car Allowance 


50.00 


12.50 


37.50 


9. Historian 


25.00 






10. Social Security 


800.00 


285.23 


853.12 


1 1 . Love Gifts and Flowers 


200.00 


46.49 


147.79 


rV. Associational Ministries 








1 . Emer. Care Home (Oper. &: Rent) 


3,525.00 


778.29 


2,250.85 


2. Family Life Ministries 


600.00 




30.16 


3. Volunteer Coordinator 


850.00 


662.49 


1,795.81 


4. Refugee Sponsorship 


2,500.00 


701.34 


3,167.52 


5. Campus Ministry (B.S.U.) 


350.00 




49.78 


6. Miscellaneous Desig. Expenditures 




15,735.55 
$32,444.88 


17,013.32 




$67,990.00 


$67,500.06 


Balance 7/1/80 $ 1.457.00 








Receipts 31,611.87 








Total 33,068.87 








Less Expenditures 32,444.88 








Balance 9/30/80 $ 623.99 









Mount Zion Baptist Association 
Ministry Proposals for 1981 



I, Our Ministry of Church 
Growth and Training 

A. Sunday School 

B. Church Training 

C. Woman's Missionary Union 

D. Baptist Men 

E. Evangelism 

F. Music 

G. Youth Ministry 
H. Audio Visuals 

I. Missions Promotion 



1980 


1981 


Budget 


Proposals 


475.00 


605.00 


1,250.00 


1,230.00 


200.00 


215.00 


400.00 


530.00 


300.00 


330.00 


275.00 


380.00 


350.00 


500.00 


350.00 


285.00 


250.00 $3,850.00 100.00 



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II. Our Ministry of Administration 










and Assistance 








■■ ' ■ • : 


A. Printing, Mimeo Supplies 


1,500.00 




1,650.00 




B. Utilities 


1,125.00 




1,125.00 




C. Telephone 


1,300.00 




1,400.00 




D. Postage 


1,000.00 




1,150.00 




E. Equipment Maintenance 


450.00 




500.00 




F. Stewardship Promotion 






400.00 




G. Printing of Minutes 


850.00 




784.00 




H. Auditing and Bonding 


80.00 




80.00 




I. Insurance and Building 










Maintenance 


600.00 




600.00 




J. Lawn Care 


200.00 




300.00 




K. Love Gifts and Flowers 


200.00 


7,305.00 


250.00 


8,239.00 


II. Our Ministry of Administrative 










Personnel 










A. Director of Missions 










Salary 


12,262.00 




13,067.00 




Housing and Utilities 


5,500.00 




5,500.00 




Travel 


3,000.00 




3,200.00 




Medical Insurance 


853.00 




853.00 




Convention, Assembly and 










Conference 


700.00 




1,400.00 




Annuity - Retirement 


2,800.00 




3,400.00 




Professional Expenses 


500.00 


25,615.00 


500.00 


27,920.00 


B. Secretary-Associate 










Salary 


9,628.00 




8,408.00 




Insurance 


672.00 




722.00 




Travel 


1,000.00 




720.00 




Annuity - Retirement 


800.00 


12,100.00 


900.00 


10,750.00 


C. Secretary-Bookkeeper 




5,600.00 




5,200.00 


D. Additional Clerical Assistance 








400.00 


E. Volunteer Coordinator 




2,650.00 




2,650.00 


F. Janitor 




720.00 






G. Salary Adjustment Staff 




500.00 






H. Treasurer 










Honorarium 


300.00 




325.00 




Travel 


50.00 


350.00 


50.00 


375.00 


I. Clerk 










Honorarium 


300.00 




325.00 




Salary 


50.00 


350.00 


50.00 


375.00 


J. Historian 




25.00 




35.00 


K. Social Security for Staff 




800.00 




1,025.00 



IV. Our Ministry of Mutual Care 
and Encouragement 

A. Association Meetings (4) 1,000.00 750.00 

B. Materials & Hospitality for 

New Pastors &: Families 150.00 

C. Pastors' Wives Support 

Group 150.00 

D. Pastors ' Support Group 150.00 

E. Pastors, Church Staff and 

Wives Fellowship 1,000.00 250.00 1,450.00 



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V. Our Ministry of Meeting 










Human Needs 










A. Emergency Care Home 


3,525.00 




3,600.00 




B. Refugee Ministry 


2,500.00 




2,000.00 




C. Campus Ministry 


350.00 




350.00 




D. Social Ministries 


600.00 


6,975.00 


600.00 


6,550.00 


VI. Contingency 








1,728.00 


Total Operating Proposals 


67,840.00 


70,872.00 


VII. Our Ministry of Capital 










Improvements 










A. New Equipment 


1,950.00 




2,050.00 




B. Resurface Parking Lot 






3,000.00 




C. Paint Outside Associational 










Office 






175.00 




D. New Washing Machine 










(Emergency Care Home) 




1,950.00 


415.00 


5,640.00 








GRAND TOTALS 


$69,790.00 


$76,512.00 



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Our Beloved Dead 



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ALAMANCE 

Mrs. Virginia C. Fox 

(Charter Member) 
Mrs. Thelma Love 
Mr. John Murph 

ANTIOCH 

Mrs. Ercell W.Cecil 

Mr. Jefferson D. Atwater (Deacon) 

Mrs. Frank Ward 

Mrs. Julia N.G. Sparrow 

Mr. Gaston Durham 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Thelma Stroud 

Mrs. Gloria Colie 

Mrs. Betty Durham Rusiniak 

Mr. Robert Butler 

BROOKWOOD 
Mrs. Lottie Oakley 
Mr. Hugh Sampler 

BURLINGTON, FIRST 

Reverend Robert Councilman 
Mrs. Cecil Yarbrough 
Mr. Charlie Parker 
Mr. James Sommers 
^ly Dr. Dorn Pittman 



Miss Elma Sullivan 

Mrs. Paul Craig 

Mrs. Marvin Hale 

Mrs. J.C. Webster 

Mrs. Q.G. McCombs 

Mr. James Scoggins 

Mrs. L.L. Debrula 

Mr. E.G. Sanders, Jr. 

Mrs. Ida Mae Slate - 

Mr. Don Montgomery 

Dr. A.J. Ellington, Sr. 

Mrs. C.L. Shoffner 

Mrs. Bennie Overman 

CANE CREEK 

Mr. William A. Gates 
Mrs. Adena W. Miller 
Mrs. Mabel C. Roberson 

CITY LAKE 

Mr. Charles Edward Ash worth 

(Deacon) 
COLONIAL HILLS 
Mrs. Ruth Barlow 



CROSS ROADS 
Mr. Edd Faucette 
Mr. Roy Drum 
Mrs. Treva Thompson 



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g^ EDGEWOOD 
'** Mr. Roy West 

ELON COLLEGE FIRST 
^ Mrs. Virginia Npwman 
'•} Mrs. Daisy Burke 
M Mr. Larry Allred 

W FAIRVIEW 

Xfi Mr. James Ollie Rhew (Deacon) 

1^ FELLOWSHIP 

M Mr. J.W. Clubb (Deacon) 

^ Mr. Randy Webster 

ffi GLENCOE 

y^ Mr. George Phillips 
fjftj Mrs. Lucy Mae Ashby 
^' Mrs. lona McKinney 
^i Mrs. Louise Haithcock 

M GLEN HOPE 

^A Mrs. Polly Travis 

fta Mrs. Flora Hughes 

Mrs. Lottie Adams 

Mrs. Margaret Mansfield 

Mrs. Meta West 

Mrs. Myrtle Lewis 

Mrs. Claude Phillips 

Mr. Eddie Harrington 

Mr. Robert Keck 

Mr. P.B. Martin 

Mrs. Ruth Yarbro 

GLEN RAVEN 
Mrs. Sara Beal 
Mr. Otha Marshall 

GRAHAM FIRST 

Mrs. Sarah Bellah 
Mrs. Carlisley Mize 
Mr. Ben Hinshaw 
Mrs. Mae Rogers 
Mr. John C. Andrews 
Mrs. Mozelle Allison 
Mr. Coy McPherson 
Mrs. Arlene Jones 
Mrs. Nan Sykes 
Mrs. Lorena Bos well 
Mr. Samuel C. Beck 
Mr. Everette A. Braxton (Deacon) 
Mrs. Katie Johnson 
^ijMrs. Dula Quails 



Mr. Amon Massey (Deacon) 

Mr. Monte Allison 

Mr. Paul H. Jones 

Mrs. Elsie Johnson 

Mr. John Cashion, Sr. 

Mr. Joseph M. Quails 

Mrs. Ada C. Cook 

Mrs. Ermina J. Sykes ." 

GROVE PARK j 

Mrs. Selma Porterfield | 

(Charter Member), 

Mrs. Jewell Webb i 

Mrs. Margaret Grissom 

HAW RIVER, FIRST 
Mr. Haskins Clark 
Mr. Charlie Beauford 
Mr. Jones Flynt 
Mrs. Mildred Isley 
Mrs. Irene Godfrey 
Mrs. Gertrude Johnson 
Mrs. Lonner Williams 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST 
Mr. Clarence Mangum 
Mrs. Gladys Taylor 
Mr. Murphy Barnes 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
Mr. Walter Miller 
Mr. H.E. Hines 
Mr. Arnette Sykes, Sr. 
Mr. Jack Morgan 
Mrs. Hallie Mae Thacker 

KINNETT MEMORIAL 
Mrs. lola Moser 
Mrs. Juanita Bowles 
Mrs. Mamie Watson 
Mrs. Zonnie Norwood 

MARS HILL 

Mr. William Davis 
Mr. George I. Johnson 
Mr. Eddie M. Hines 
Mr. Robert Faulkner 

MCDUFFIE MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Betty Pendergraph 

MEBANE, FIRST 
Mrs. Kate Stewart 
Mrs. W.J. Hughes 



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^ftMrs.RayGrubb Mr. Harold L. Nail ^^3 




Mrs. Deborah S. Ck)le 

Mr. Claude J. Dunn, Sr. (Deacon) 

Mr. Sheilds Clark 

MOORE'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lydia Cashwell 
Mrs. Esther (Boe) Collins 
Mr. Yerby Payne 

MOUNT ZION 
Mr. Leroy Davis 
Mrs. Lillie Hubbard Hodgin 
Mr. Herman Ray Branson 
Mr. Author Coble 
Mr. E.H. Bunton, Jr. 
Mrs. Bessie Moorefield 
Mr. Frances Marion Whitehead, Sr. 

NALL MEMORIAL 



NORTHSIDE 

Mr. Larry AUred 
Mrs. Virginia Pickler 

OAK GROVE 

Mrs. Carolina S. Cates 
Mr. Paul Hester 

RIVERSIDE 

Mr. Ray Magers 

SWEPSONVILLE 
Mrs. Gus Tingen 
Mr. Rexall Williams 
Mrs. CM. Way 
Mr. J. A. Coggins 
Mr. Kennet Cole 
Mrs. Reid Harden 




Mr. Alvin Isley 

Historical Events of Special Interest 

COLONIAL HILLS: Began Royal Ambassadors, Baptist Young Women and youth 
ministry. 

EDGE WOOD: Debt retirement. 

FELLOWSHIP: Began a church libtary; completed new Sunday school addition; 
added a baptistry donated by Rev. J.M. Wright, founding pastor; secured a new 
pastor; aid in support of David and Lynn Hallsey in Africa; aid in support of Rev. 
and Mrs. Clyde Stutts in South Dakota; Cheryl Hunter and Sue Clemmons began 
work with lay witness team. 

GROVE PARK: David Vernon Morton ordained for ministry; Garry Baldwin 
licensed for ministry. 

HOLLY HILL: Sent Georgia Petteway as mission service volunteer; church voted to 
become member of the Pilot Evangelism Project of S.B.C. 

KINNETT MEMORIAL: Began "Together We Build" program to finance renova- 
tion. 

MEBANE, FIRST: Dedicated new Allen digital organ; new porch lift for handi- 
capped installed and dedicated. 

MOORE'S CHAPEL: Ongoing radio ministry, "Helping Hands" heard on Lexing- 
ton WLXN, Reidsville WWMO, and Meban WHNI. 

NORTHSIDE: Note burning service signifying all indebtedness paid. 

History of Brook wood Baptist Church 

After an extensive survey in the Brookwood area of Burlington, it was confirmed 
that a Baptist church was needed in that section. On September 7, 1942 in a little 
wooden store building on Hawthorne Lane, the Brookwood Mission was started un- 
der the sponsorship of Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church. It was a bold venture in war 
times. 

About 50 people attended the first service with Reverend A. P. Stephens, pastor of 
the mother church, delivering the sermon. Charter members numbered 34 with Mr. 



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W.W. Walker serving as the first Sunday school teacher, and Mrs. Ella Askew the 
first W.M.U. leader. Other members of Hocutt Memorial who taught classes were 
Mrs. Mittie Rainey, Mrs. J.J. Lassiter, Mrs. Jessie Cornell, and Mr. Frank Fagan 
was the first Sunday school superintendent. 

On October 19, 1945 this group of charter members chose "Brookwood Baptist 
Church" as the name of their new church and land was purchased on West Davis 
Street by Hocutt Memorial and a framed building erected as the first unit. Much of 
the work was done by people of the community and church members. Actual organi- 
zation came on October 21, 1945. 

Reverend Gurhrie Colvard was called to serve as first pastor of the new church. He 
came in the fall of 1945, and at this time a seven-room parsonage was constructed ad- 
jacent to the church on Garfield Road. This served until 1979 when the structure 
was moved to West Davis Street and sold. 

Progress was noted so that plans were laid for the new brick church to be con- 
structed with the building committee made up of Frank Fagan, Jake Neeley, C.H. 
Flynt, Rex Hudson, Roy Stanley, Mrs. Mary Terrell and Mrs. Frank Fagan. Brook- 
wood Church was able to reach people in an area where there was no other Southern 
Baptist church conveniently near for family worship. 

Charter members included: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fagan; Mr. and Mrs. W.L. 
Rainey; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. C/ornell; Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Lassiter; Mr. and Mrs. 
C.R. Hudson; Reverend and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, and Miss Gail Colvard; Mr. and 
Mrs. Jake Neeley; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Flynt; Mr. and 
Mrs. Vernon Winfrey; Mrs. Sadie Woods; Miss Florence Haddock; Miss Ora Hiatt; 
Miss Sara Fagan; Mrs. C.H. Browning; Lonnie Brande; Mrs. Inez Williams; Mrs. 
C.H. Askew; Mrs. E.A. Hoyle; E.A. Hoyle, Jr.; Herman Cornell; Mrs. Mary Mit- 
chell Terrell; and Mrs. D.R. Suggs. 

Reverend Colvard served as pastor until October, 1951 when he resigned to accept 
a pastorate at Clear Creek Baptist Church. At this time Reverend B.L. Gupton was 
called as supply pastor until Reverend Elmer Gates assumed his duties in September, 
1951. He served until June, 1955 when he resigned and organized with Central Bap)- 
tist Church of Burlington. Other servants of God who have been with Brookwood 
Church are Reverend Earl Pym from 1955-1959; Reverend Hoyt Roberson from 
1959-1972; Dr. Martin Chris White, interim 1972-1975; Reverend Perry Jones from 
1975-1978; Dr. Thomas Bland, interim, 1978-1980; and Reverend William Cash- 
man III, who began his services in 1980. 

A modern, well equipp)ed education building was erected in 1956 at a cost of 
$40,000.00, and an organ purchased in 1959. The church constitution and bylaws 
were adopted by the membership in 1963. Additional land was purchased from Mrs. 
Hornaday in 1964 as well as the Suggs property on Davis Street being acquired by the 
church in 1972. It was a happy day for church members when the mortgage note was 
burned in May, 1976, denoting forward progress by the congregation. 

Brookwood Church realized a strong need in Elon College for a Southern Baptist 
church so they purchased the M.C. Spoon property in Elon College where a mission 
was begun. Today that vision is complete in the Elon College Baptist Church. 

Miss Ann Foster of our membership was recommended by the church to be licensed 
into the ministry in 1977. Progress continued to highlight the church activities, and 
in 1978 five acres of land and the Suggs house were purchased. 

From a small beginning with 34 charter members and a budget of $3,120.00, today 
the membership of Brookwood Baptist is 167 and they operate on a budget of 
$39,201.00. 

Mrs. Jeannette Sims serves as W.M.U. director, and the present board of deacons is 
composed of Jim Walker, Leonard Sims, Ed Hoyle, Preston Keith, Pat Ester, Clinton 
Fowler, and Freeman Loy. 



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Three charter members are still active in the church today: Mrs. Alma Winfrey, 
Mrs. Mable Hoyle Standerwick, and Edward A. Hoyle, Jr. 

_ Mable Lassister 
^ Historian 




Historical Sketches of Mount Zion Churches 

Brief histories of Mount Zion Churches are recorded in the mintues of the years as 
herewith listed. The association historian suggests that every church in the associa- 
tion have copies of the associational minutes bound every 10 years and keep them in 
the local church libraries. This will make the minutes of the years available to all the 
churches, and those bound volumes will grow more voluable with each passing year. 

Although our association has had historians almost from the date of its organiza- 
tion, still the clerk was notable to find the history of any church recorded in the 
minutes until 1921. Just why the sketches of other years were not recorded in the 
minutes is inexplainable. 

At the 1874 session of the association, it was decided to elect a historian annually, 
the minutes of 1875 record that "The report of the historian was adopted and ordered 
to be recorded in the 'Book of Records' of the Association." No trace of this book 
exists. The historical sketches from 1921 are shown in minutes as follows: 

1921 Sketch of the association 

1922 Pleasant Grove Church (now Bells) 

1923 No report recorded 

1924 Graham Church 

1925 Yates Church 

1926 Bethesda Church 

1926 Robertson's Grove Church 

1927 c Olive Branch Church 

1928 Burlington, First Church 

1929 Temple Church 

1930 Antioch Church 

1931 Lystra Church 

1932 Berry's Church 

1933 Red Mountain Church 

1934 , Angier Avenue Church 

1935 Mount Adar Church 

1936 Ephesus Church 

1937 Haw River Church 

1938 West Durham Church 

1939 Edgemont Church 

1940 Carrboro Church 

1941 Grace Church 

1942 Lakewood Church 

1943 Mebane Church 

1944 No report was presented 

1945 Durham, First Church 

1945 Sketch of the association, 1870-1902 

1946 Glencoe Church 

1947 Glen Hope Church 

1948 Mt. Hermon Church 

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1949 Cross Roads Church 

1950 Sketch of the association 

1951 Cane Creek Baptist Church 

1952 Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 

1953 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1954 Hillsborough, First Baptist and Chapel Hill Baptist Church 

1955 Moore's Chapel Baptist Church 

1956 Antioch Baptist Church 

1957 Grove Park Baptist Church 

1958 Bethel Baptist Church 

1959 Mars Hill Baptist Church 

1960 Northside Baptist Church 

1961 Haw River Baptist Church 

1962 West Hill Baptist Church 

1963 Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church 

1964 Swepsonville Baptist Church 

1965 Mount Zion Association sketch 1870-1965 

1966 Riverside Baptist Church 

1967 Oak Grove Baptist Church and Fellowship Baptist Church 

1968 Relocation of Fellowship Baptist Church 

1969 Elon College, First Baptist Church 

1970 Alamance, First Baptist Church and City Lake Baptist Church 

1971 Sketch of the association 

1972 What Did V/e Do In '72? 

1973 Missions To See in '73 

1974 Our Baptist Emergency Home 

1975 What Does Missions Mean? 

1976 Colonial Hills Baptist Church 

1977 A Specialized Ministry 

1978 Hind Sight 

1979 No report was presented 

1980 Brookwood Baptist Church 



Church Directory 

Missions 



CHURCH: Grove Park 

MISSION: Arnoldsburg, WV 

PASTOR: Bill Scott 120 Oak St., Spencer, WV, 25276 

Ministers Other Than Regular Pastors 
In The Association 

ALTAMAHAW: Jack Smithey, Altamahaw , . . Licensed 

BETHEL: Mrs. Charlene Pierce, Rt. 4 Box 439, Chapel Hill Ordained 

BURLINGTON, FIRST: Dr. Carlton S. Prickett, 703 Westbrook Dr Ordained 

Burlington (R) 

CANE CREEK: Harold L. Dodson, Rt. 1 Box 363-C, Graham Licensed 

COLONIAL HILLS: Arthur Hill, Sr., Rt. 3 Box 395, Hillsborough Licensed 

EDGEWOOD: Bobby Barts, 411 N. First St., Mebane Licensed 

FELLOWSHIP: Rev. J.M. Wright, 616 Ward St., Graham (K) Ordained 

GLEN HOPE: Rev. Robert Frazier, missionary to New Guinea Ordained 

GLEN RAVEN: Frank Vickrey, 2262 May Dr., Burlington Licensed 

GRAHAM, FIRST: Dr. J. Howard Silver, P.O. Box 798, Graham. Ordained 

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GROVE PARK: Rev. C.L. Abernathy, 226 Silverlake Dr., Burlington . . . Ordained 

Rev. Larry Hedrick, 1025 County Home Rd., Ordained 

Henderson 

Rev. David Morton, 1710 Sykes St., Burlington Ordained 

Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Rd., Burlington Licensed 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST: Reldue Scarlett, Rt. 3 Box 9, Ordained 

Hillsborough (R) 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL: Rev. James H. Home, 1407 Garfield Rd., Ordained 

Burlington 

Rev. Robert Medlin, 316 Laurie Dr., Rt. 1, . . . Ordained 
Haw River 

MCDUFFIE MEMORIAL: Rev. J. David Atwater (CH) Ordained 

MEBANE, FIRST: James Phillip Smith, Rt. 4 Box 97, Mebane Licensed 

MOORE'S CHAPEL: Jesse Raines, Rt. 2 Box 195, Mebane Licensed 

MOUNT ZION: Winfred Shoffner, Rt. 2 Box 85, Show Camp Ordained 

NORTH GRAHAM: Billy Howell, 516 Ivey Rd., Graham Licensed 

Assistant Pastors or Ministers of Education 

ALTAMAHAW 

Rev. Ronald Coleman, P.O. Box 277, Altamahaw Ass't. Pastor 

BURLINGTON, FIRST 

Rev. David Goodroe, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington Ass't. Past6r 

GLEN HOPE 

Mrs. Mildred Overman, 917 Beaumont Av., Burlington Min. Educ. 

GRAHAM, FIRST 

Mrs. Walker Martin, 408 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington Min. Educ. 

GROVE PARK 

Mr. Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Rd., Burlington Min. Educ. 

HOLLY HILL 

Rev. Alan Riley, 1813 Fairview St., Burlington Ass't. Pastor 

MARS HILL 

Kat Wilkerson, Rt. 1 Box 363, Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

MEBANE, FIRST 

Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. 4 Box 573, Hillsborough Min. Educ. 

Other Church Staff 

ALTAMAHAW 

Rev. Ronald Coleman Min. Youth 

ANTIOCH 

Mrs. Peggy Miller, Rt. 5, Chapel Hill Min. Youth 

BROOKWOOD 

Tim O'Briant, 229 Waverly Way, Burlington Min. Recreation 

BURLINGTON, FIRST 

Steve Rumley, P.O. Box 2686, Burlington Min. Youth 

CANE CREEK 

Tommy Holmes, Rt. 1 Box* 87, Efland Min. Recreation 

COLONIAL HILLS 

Jack Moody, Rt. 1 Box 229-A, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

EDGEWOOD 

Cathy Everette, 2512 La Vista Dr., Burlington Min. Youth 

FELLOWSHIP 

Jack Brewer, 1521 Whitsett St., Burlington Min. Recreation 

GLEN HOPE 

Dianne Daniels, 95-D Denise Dr., Burlington Min. Youth and Recreation 

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GRAHAM, FIRST 

Mrs. Don Singletary, 1532 Rogers Rd., Graham Min. Youth 

GROVE PARK 

Mr. Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Rd., Burlington Min. Youth 

HILLSBOROUGH, FIRST 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Dickerson, P.O. Box 795, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Colville, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill Min. Recreation 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 

Rev. Stephen Z. Hearne, 2532 Hyde St., Burlington Min. Youth 

HOLLY HILL 

Rev. Alan Riley, 1813 Fairview St., Burlington Min. Youth 

MCDUFFIE MEMORIAL 

Mary Anne Duncan, Rt. 4 Box 173, Chapel Hill Min. Recreation 

MEBANE, FIRST 

Mrs. Monty Fox, Rt. 4 Box 573, Hillsborough Min. Youth 

Ministers Ordained This Year 

Grove Park David Morton, 1710 Sykes St., Burlington, NC 

Ministers Licensed This Year 

Grove Park Garry Baldwin, 113 Alamance Rd., Burlington, NC 

Organists or Pianists 

Alamance, First Mrs. Jennifer Helton, P.O. Box 55, Alamance 

Altamahaw Sherry Webster, Rt. 4 Box 61, Burlington 

Antioch Mrs. Ruth Williams, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill 

Ms. Ann Heatherly, Mrs. June Farrell 

Bethel Nancy Gaines, Rt. 4 Box 412, Chapel Hill 

Brookwood Mrs. Geraldine Sharpe, 2612 West Front St., Burlington 

Burlington, First Mrs. Melvin Holt, 333 Hillcrest Av., Burlington 

Cane Creek Miss Rebecca Crawford, Rt. 1 Box 119, Chapel Hill 

City Lake Mrs. Doris Fisher, Rt. 5 Box 76, Burlington 

Colonial Hills Miss Wanda Richardson, Rt. 3 Box 273, Hillsborough 

Cross Roads Miss Maria Barbour, Rt. 2 Box 79, Hillsborough 

Eastlawn Gail Barbour, Rt. 1 Box 284-A. Haw River 

Edgewood Mrs. Brenda Stewart. Rt. 4 Box 612, Mebane 

Elon College, First Delrese Hughes, Box 4068. Glen Raven 

Fairview Mrs. Eugenia Roland, Rt. 2 Box 110, Hillsborough 

Fellowship Miss Cheryl Hunter, 212 Walker Av., Graham 

Glencoe Mrs. June Long, Rt. 2 Box 388, Elon College 

Glen Hope Mrs. Iria Pennington, P.O. Box 403, Elon College 

Glen Raven Geneva Caudle, 605 Cummings St., Gibson ville 

Patsy Fann, Box 94, Burlington 

Graham, First Mrs. Peggy McSwain, P.O. Box 621, Graham 

Grove Park Mrs. Mary Nell Vines, 423 Collinwood Dr., Burlington 

Haw River, First Miss Jan Haywood, 2908 McKinney St., Burlington 

Hillsborough, First Mrs. Thomas Ward, P.O. Box 593, Hillsborough 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. C.C. Stanley, 3012 Marlborough St., Burlington 

Holly Hill Mrs. Janice Byrd, 1608 Woodland Av., Burlington 

Kinnet Memorial Mr. Joseph Go^d, 2G College Town Apt., Elon College 

Mars Hill Mrs. Julie Brigdon, Rt. 2 Box 221, Hillsborough 

McDuffie Memorial 

Mebane, First Mrs. David McMillan, 100 E. Jackson St., Mebane 

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Moore's Chapel Mrs. Carolyn Toney, Rt. 6 Box 341-L, Burlington 

Mount Adar Kathy Carver, Rt. 9 Box 230, Burlington 

Mount Zion Mrs. Ann Smith, Rt. 3 Box 344, Liberty 

Nail Memorial Mr. Bobby Hughes, 348 Dare St., Burlington 

North Graham Mrs. Beth Jones, P.O. Box 169, Haw River 

Northside Donna Phillips, 822 Hight St., Burlington 

Oak Grove Kenny Crawford, Rt. 2, Mebane 

Ossipee Mrs. Karen Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 386, Elon College 

Riverside Mrs. Linda Patterson, 5803 Sagebrush Trail, Greensboro 

Swepsonville Mrs. Dan Albright, Rt. 1 Box 161, Mebane 

West Hill Miss Rosa L. Mangum, 210 Jones Av., Hillsborough 

Media Center Director 

Alamance, First None 

Altamahaw None 

Antioch Mrs. Hilda Durham, 25 South Circle Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Bethel None 

Brookwood Mrs. Doris Herron, Rt. 10 Box 479, Burlington, NC 27215 

Burlington, First Mrs. Leo Carr, 722 West Davis St., Burlington, NC 27215 

Calvary 

Cane Creek None 

City Lake Mrs. Mary Slaunton, Rt. 7 Box 466, Burlington, NC 27215 

Colonial Hills None 

Cross Roads None 

Eastlawn None 

Edgewood None 

Elon College, First None 

Fairview None 

Fellowship Mrs. Toni Currin, Rt. 8 Box 27, Burlington, NC 27215 

Glen Hope None 

Glen Raven Mrs. Billie Medford, 2208 Wilkins St., Burlington, NC 27215 

Glencoe None 

Graham, First Miss Emma Cox, 219 Banks St., Graham, NC 27253 

Grove Park Mrs. Bernie Harrell, 2931 Blanche Dr., Burlington, NC 27215 

Haw River, First Mrs. Jessie Chatman, Rt. 1 Box 162-1, Haw River, NC 27258 

Hillsborough, First Miss Dorothy Faulkner, Rt. 1 Box 132, Hillsborough, NC 

27278 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Alice Small, 1339 W. Davis St., Burlington, NC 27215 

Holly Hill Mrs. Dee Sexton, Rt. 1 Box 386-F, Burlington, NC 27215 

Kinnett Memorial. . Mrs. Jan Makin, 1623 RoUingwood Rd., Burlington, NC 27215 

Mars Hill None 

McDuffie Memorial Edith Boling, Rt. 7 Box 156-A, Durham, NC 27707 

Mebane, First Mrs. Charles Lemley, 400 E. Jackson St., Mebane, NC 27302 

Moore's Chapel Miss Sherri Braxton, Rt. 3 Box 262, Graham, NC 27253 

Mount Adar None 

Mount Zion None 

Nail Memorial None 

New Hope 

North Graham None 

Northside Ellen Mincey, 462 Camp Rd., Burlington, NC 27215 

Oak Grove None 

Ossipee None 

Riverside ,» None 

Swepsonville None 

West Hill None 

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ASSOCIATIONAL TABLES 



The Mount Zion Baptist Association 

1980 Annual 

is concluded with the following 

tables for your information 

and reference. 

Historical 48 

A - Church Membership 50 

B - Sunday School 52 

C - Church Training 54 

D - Church Music 56 

E - Woman's Missionary Union 58 

F - Brotherhood 60 

G - Total Receipts 62 

H - Mission Expenditures 64 

I - Special Information 66 

The Association Coordinating Council 68 



Mission 

■HB^ Thrust 



Let The 



Church 

Be Bold AV,^5 



Mount Zion Baptist Association 
Historical Table 



Year 


Place of Meeting 


Moderator 


Clerk 


Annual Sermon 


1870 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. G.W. Purefoy 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Organization 


1871 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. G.W. Purefoy 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Geo. W. Purefoy 


1872 


Antioch 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


J.P. Montague 


1873 


Durham 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


J.P. Mason 


1874 


Lystra 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


M.S. Ferrell 


1875 


Cane Creek 


Rev. John C.Wilson 


H.M.C. Stroud 


Geo. P. Moore 


1876 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


H.M.C. Sttoud 


J.H. Vernon 


1877 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1878 


Bethel 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


A.C. Dixion 


1879 


Graham 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1880 


Durham 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


J.P. Mason 


1881 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


R.A. Patterson 


1882 


Moore's Chapel 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


R.H. Marsh 


1883 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. P. Moore 


1884 


Chapel 


Rev. J.P. Mason 


C.R. Scott 


C.E. Glower 


1885 


Sandy Level 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C.C. Newton 


1886 


Cedar Fork 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


W.R. Gwaltney 


1887 


Rose of Sharon 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


C. Durham 


1888 


Mount Carmel 


Rev. John C. Wilson 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. B. Taylor 


1889 


Bera 


A.B. Roberson 


C.R. Scott 


J.S. Hill 


1890 


Red Mountain 


W.A. Albright 


CR. Scott 


Not reported 


1891 


Cane Creek 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


J.L. Carroll 


1892 


Olive Chapel 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


J.L.Carroll 


1893 


Burlington 


W.A. Albright 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Tyree 


1894 


Mount Moriah 


Rev. J.L.Carroll 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Blanchard 


1895 


Bethesda 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


Geo. J. Dowell 


1896 


Mount Gilead 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


R. Vandeventor 


1897 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


W.A. Smith 


1898 


Antioch 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


W.C. Tyree 


1899 


Mount Pisgah 


Rev. O.C. Horton 


C.R. Scott 


C.J.D. Parker 


1900 


Graham 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


W.F. Fry 


1901 


Lystra 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1902 


East Durham 


T.B. Parker 


C.R. Scott 


J. Wm. Jones 


1903 


Cane Creek 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


C.J.D. Parker 


1904 


Cedar Ford 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


J.O. Alderman 


1905 


Swepsonville 


T.B. Parker 


C.L. Haywood 


A.W. Setzer 


1906 


Bethel 


Rev. C.J. Thompson 


C.L. Haywood 


W.C. Barrett 


1907 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. C.J. Thompson 


C.L. Haywood 


J.W. Wildman 


1908 


Burlington 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.L. Haywood 


J.M. Arnett 


1909 


Mars Hill 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.P. Norris 


J.W. Wildman 


1910 


Bells 


Rev. W.C. Barrett 


C.P. Norris 


J.W. Lynch 


1911 


Berea 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


MP. Davis 


1912 


Red Mountain 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


W.S. OUve 


1913 


Mebane 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


J.J. Hurt 


1914 


Yates 


C.P. Norris 


S.J. Husketh 


M.W. Buck 


1915 


Cross Roads 


Rev. W.R. L.Smith 


S.J. Husketh 


B.V. Ferguson 


1916 


Carrboro 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


S.J. Husketh 


Q.C. Davis 


1917 


Lower's Grove 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


J. Ben Filer 


1918 


No Meeting 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


No Meeting 


1919 


Mount Hermon 


Rev. J.F. McDuffie 


Chas. C. Smith 


W.S. Olive 


1920 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W.S. Olive 


Chas. C. Smith 


J.ElwoodWelsh 


1921 


Bethel 


Rev. W.S. Olive 


W.O. Williams 


E.D. Poe 


1922 


Rose of Sharon 


iRev. W.S. Olive 


W.O. Williams 


E.G. Dean 


1923 


Mount Moriah 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.T. Plybon 


1924 


Mount Gilead 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


G.T. Watkins 


1925 


Mount Adar 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Eugene Olive 


1926 


Mount Carmel 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.S. NorviUe 


1927 


Olive Branch 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


C.C. Coleman 


1928 


Graham 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


Trela D. Collins 


1929 


Mount Pisgah 


Walter M. WiUiams 


W.O. Williams 


Martin W. Buck 


1930 


Antioch 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. WilUams 


Ira D.S. Knight 


1931 


Lystra 


Walter M. WilUams 


W.O. Williams 


Chas. F. Hudson 


1932 


Roberson's Grove 


Walter M. Williams 


W.O. Williams 


W.K. McGee 



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1933 


West Hill 


Rev. C.S NorviUe 


W.O. Williams 


W.G. HaU 


1934 


Angier Avenue 


Rev. C.S. NorviUe 


W.O. Williams 


C.E. Byrd 


1935 


Berry's Grove 


Rev. C.S. NorviUe 


W.O. WiUiams 


J.T. Williams 


1936 


Moore's Chapel 


Dr. O.T. Binkley 


W.O. WiUiams 


A.D. Kinnett 


1937 


Berea 


Rev. W.C. HaU 


W.O. Williams 


O.T. Binkley 


1938 


Mars Hill 


Rev. W.C. HaU 


W.O. Williams 


Z.B. TeU 


1939 


Temple 


Rev. W.C. HaU 


W.O. Williams 


John T. Wayland 


1940 


Burlington, First 


Rev. W.C. HaU 


W.O. WiUiams 


R.P. EUington 


1941 


Olive Chapel 


Rev. W.C. HaU 


W.O. Williams 


G.T. Mills 


1942 


Olive Branch 


Rev. W.C. Hall 


W.O. Williams 


H.B. Anderson 


1943 


Carrboro 


H.B. Anderson 


W.O. Williams 


B.E. Morris 


1944 


Yates 


A.P.Stephens 


Chas. C. Smith 


J.W. Pierce 


1945 


Bethesda 


D. Kelly Barnett 


Chas. C. Smith 


L.A. NaU 


1946 


Chapel Hill 


D. Kelly Barnett 


Chas. C. Smith 


G.A. Hendricks 


1947 


Glen Hope & I^owe's Grove 


C.N. Royal 


Chas. C. Smith 


Guthrie Colvard 


1948 


Mebane & Mount Hermon 


C.N. Royal 


Chas. C. Smith 


John H. Knight 


1949 


Cross Roads & Calvary 


Guy S. Cain 


Tom M. Freeman 


Carlton S. Prickett 


1950 


Carrboro & Southside 


Guy S. Cain 


Tom M. Freeman 


Tom M. Freeman 


1951 


Hocutt Memorial & 










Cane Creek 


Tom M. Freeman 


Lee W. Settle 


George W. Swinney 


1952 


Graham, First & Mount 










Carmel 


Tom M. Freeman 


Lee W. Settle 


Qyde Chapman 


1953 


Altamahav*' & Mars Hill 


Clyde D. Chapman 


Tom M. Freeman 


Troy E. Jones 


1954 


HiUsboro & Chapel Hill 


Clyde D. Chapman 


Tom M. Freeman 


E.G. Chamblee 


1955 


Burlington, First & 










Moore's Chapel 


A.G. White 


Tom M. Freeman 


Warren E. Kerr 


1956 


Antioch & Bethel 


Luther A. Nail 


Tom M. Freeman 


E.G. Wilkie 


1957 


Grove Park & Mount Adar 


Luther A. Nail 


Chas. W. Nanney 


W.T. Smith 


1958 


Glen Hope & West Hill 


C.S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


S.H. Roberts 


1959 


Mebane, First & Glencoe 


C.S. Prickett 


Jack Clark 


W.T. Cockman 


1960 


Graham, First & Fairview 


R.L. Councilman 


Jack Clark 


Ben W. Cox 


1961 


Swepsonville & Haw River 


R.L. Councilman 


Jack Clark 


Travis Styles 


1962 


Hocutt Memorial, Cane 










Creek, & Mebane, First 


Travis Styles 


Jack Clark 


Carlton S. Prickett 


1963 


Kinnett Memorial & Glencoe 


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Jack Clark 


Harvey Rumfelt 


1964 


Burlington, First & 










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1965 


Altamahaw, Grove Park & 










Mars Hill 


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Jack Clark 


Roy Cantrel 


1966 


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1967 


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1968 


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1969 


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1970 


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1971 


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Ron Pelf rey 


1972 


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1973 


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1974 


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1975 


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1976 


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1977 


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1978 


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1979 


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